Hostellerie le Vignier
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... as the temp has not dropped below 14 Celsius all day and no ways will snow fall in that kind of temp.
By the time I get near Strasbourg the road has become a river and I get in behind a large truck with loads of red lights on his back end!! As he rushes through the water he makes two kind of semi dry tracks in his routes and so I ride in them. I sit about 100m behind him and simply plod along at about 50mph.
He sure is sending up loads of spray over me but with ...
During the night I was reminded why beer before bed whilst camping is not a great idea. Sure it tasted great, but getting up thrice during the night to empty the bladder wasn't ideal. Despite my determination to start early and make the most of the good weather I was initially delayed by a nice sunrise and a long cup of tea. I then caramelised some apples for breakfast so perfectly ...
... we could pick. This section
of the field was usually reserved for local grocery stores as it held the best
of the crop. As we trod the edges of the
field, the first sense, beyond the beauty of this place was the scent of ripe strawberries
wafting in the gentle breeze. The acres
of strawberry plants were in perfect rows, with straw on the ground between the
rows. The plants were heavy with the
dark red fruit. I will admit ...
... on we had a peek at the Bundeshaus (Parliament Building) and the Nationalbank (ironically they are just next to each other). It's not a fairytale that underneath the square in front of the two buildings the national bank is keeping the gold reserves of Switzerland.
Next stop on our tour was the Münster Cathedral. It is the tallest Cathedral of Switzerland which we experienced first hand on the 344 steps up to ...
Quote: "The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and all science. He to whom this emotion is a stranger, who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead: his eyes are closed." – Abert Einstein Bern, the city of bears. Legend has it that when the founding father of Bern, Duke Berchtold V, wanted to find a location for a new town he set out a group of hunters. At a bend in the Aare River ...