Hotel Roc Et Neige
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... one I would be walking passed a normal
living house and right next door would be what looked like a house but there
inside would be a horse or a family of chickens. It sure was a strange place to
be and I soon made it back to my hotel room.
is now way passed 1am and i have been looking at my map book and just realising
that I am taking things a little too far by heading south into France and so
have decided to start making my journey back to ...
... order and although they were all incredibly delicious, we settled on a hefty piece of the young L'etivas, it was quite like the fully mature sample in flavor but softer in texture. We also grabbed a bottle of local wine to pair with le fromage.
After visiting the cheese cellars we went to the Hotel du Chamois for a quick rest, before we went on a little creekside stroll ...
... an attack. The final part of our tour took us through the weapons room to the top of the keep, the highest tower in the castle. The view of Lake Geneva from that vantage point was spectacular.
We had promised the kids that, no matter what, we would find time to visit a cheese factory and more importantly a chocolate factory during our visit to Fribourg. On our first rainy day, we headed over to the Gruyères region to visit the ...
... around the tables were little squares and truffles of just about all the different types of Cailler chocolate. It even had a tasting guide so that you can take your time and really understand what is what about the different types and assess whether it was a good one or not (very few of the kids in the room seemed to have read this chart...). Supposedly, you need to let the chocolate melt on your tongue to check the melting time and the texture of the sample- ...
... Chinese. We found a cheap Chinese restaraunt a few blacks from the train station to sit down and eat lunch in. I never thought my Chinese would come in handy in the middle Milano, Italia but as soon as we entered the store I found myself translating everything the hostess and waiters said and explaining to the hostess why we were in Europe, where we were going, and what our next stop was. After lunch, we returned to the station and waited for ...