Hotel Restaurant Chartreuse
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... cookbook by Katharina Prato, it was mentioned as eingebröselte Kalbsschnitze. or in 1902.
... the guides being ADAMANT that we wouldn't veer off the course and hit trees, we did, and often, but it was still amazing and just made it more funny. I guess the sleds aren't meant for 6'2" long-legged skinny white boys because I could not steer for the life of me. Another highlight was that I stopped and got a nice handful of snow to eat. Not many people I know can say that they ate snow in the Swiss Alps so that was pretty cool. All around, it was an amazing experience ...
... After descending to the base of the mountain, Josh and I did
a stroll through the village and decided to try the meat pies, deemed the best
in the world. Josh agreed that they were the best he had in Europe, but he’d
had some amazing ones as well back in Australia.
We did a bit more shopping and then went to our group meal
in the chalet. This was definitely a place full of charm, flavour and beauty.
We will definitely return!
... turn of getting up on the bus microphone and telling everyone a little bit about ourselves. Throughout the trip I sit with a few different people chatting about different things. At one point I set next to Jacqui from the Gold Coast. She is very surprised to know that I've heard of Munruben, a small place where she grew up. Being that its quite close to where I grew up and went to high school. Jacqui's flatmate is also from Toowoomba ...
... but Anders assured her that they are very strong and made of Kevlar and nylon.
Kyle was the first to jump. Anders filmed his takeoff from his position up above Kyle on the grass hill. The Korean guy went second, then Hannah went. You only jog a few paces before the wind catches the parachute and pulls it up off of the grass behind you, over your head and you lifts off the ground. Once off the ground your harness turns into a seat that ...