Hotel Auberge du Chalet-à-Gobet
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... back the same way I
just came and along the shores of the Tunersee but will finally turn off
towards the town of Weissenburg and along some of the best biking roads in this
i pass through Interlaken as per usual I stop at the main motorcycle shop en
route simply to see what he has in stock.
a good chat with the friendly staff I am again on my way and heading along the
heading along the edge of the waters ...
... the USA, including Route 66 and the western states.
Since rain was forecast again for the following day, Dominique suggested we leave the bike behind and take the funicular train down the mountain from Leysin to Aigle to visit the castle which houses a local vineyard and wine-making museum. The castle and museum were fascinating. We enjoyed lunch in Aigle then returned home via the funicular in time for the storm to break up in the ...
... pouring it out again to make a shell. After making our animals we then made salted caramels by a molding method. By now the smell and the utter chocolatelyness of the whole experience was making me slightly sick!!!!!! You had to keep trying them. Now this might sound a pleasure but I haven't got a very sweet tooth, I was still pretty full from yesterday and I was conscious that we were booked in for a lunch at 1230 :) This chap was so enthusiastic ...
... the rail station, but I had no idea what direction it was in, so used my usual tactic and took a cab. The driver appeared to take a somewhat convoluted and circuitous route to the hotel, which was probably necessary due to some one-way streets. As is usual in many European countries, the clerk wanted to see my Passport at check-in (that wasn’t the case in Chamonix for some reason?). My room was ready, and it was sure a relief to drop my heavy packs and have ...
... and everyone in tow. This is an important thing when the train comes to your village only once every hour. Sitting there and admiring the view, I checked on the schedule again.
iPhones are magical things when travelling. Allows us to sort out the most efficient, most beautiful routes in Switzerland and taking the headache out of map reading!! Yup...here we are. On time - I thought to myself - to catch the train at dock #2.
Wait a ...