Hotel Roc Et Neige
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Ich hatte gestern prophezeit, falls sich das Wetter ähnlich wie am Vortag präsentieren würde, würde ich heute nicht aufs Bike steigen. Die Drohung schien Wirkung zu haben – bei wem auch immer- und wir sind mit der Morgensonne erwacht, hatten sie den gaaaannzen Tag im Nacken bis nach Chateau d'Oex. Ein Traum – so macht es Spass.
... arrived at our Evian hotel and it was lovely. After we settled in, one of us going on the optional extra were to meet at 4.45pm. We went to a tiny, quaint place called 'Yvoire' and it was gorgeous. It is a fortified village sitting of the edge of Lake Genève. We had dinner at a restaurant called Du Port, the main meal was ok, but the sweets where lovely. Back to the hotel by 10.30pm then drinks with friends Darren and Sherry Jennings from ...
white horses that they use for rounding up the cattle herds. It was a lovely
unplanned visit to a stunning place. Ironically after all the incident-free
cycling I’ve done so far I managed to tarnish the record by falling off by
hitting some deep sand that had blown across a perfectly flat and wide family
trail through the reserve. When you hit deep dry sand on a bike it’s as good as
riding into a load of very sticky glue. You stop – rapidly. As ...
"I HAVE A BIG MOWF (mouth) MAMA!!!" she yelled pointing at her very wide open gullet!
….oh you have no idea…..
Cailler Chocolat factory has always been a place that I've wanted to visit. For those chocolate lovers of you who do not know, FranÃ§ois-Louis Cailler was the first Swiss producer of Chocolate. After first tasting it at a fair, he studied the art of making it for…4 years in Italy..! He then set up the first ...
... going to go see St. Nicholas speak to all of the children from the St. Nicholas Cathedral.
We arrived at Fribourg, having enjoyed a wonderful train ride, to find ourselves in a lovely, very traditional town. There were families everywhere, adults drinking gluhwein, children playing with balloons, and markets lining the streets selling roasted hazelnuts, sausage, cheese, and cookies.