Bellevue Top Hotel Chexbres
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... All seemed ok but the front sprocket is a bit noisy
and rather worn. Lets just hope it will get me home.
before I left Edinburgh I had a slight bearing problem on the rear wheel and
was a bit worried that it might give me problems but thankfully so far it is
the bike loaded up I went down to pay my hotel bill and no one was to be seen
at reception and so as I was in no hurry and still had no actual idea where I
was heading today ...
... them off course, causing them to miss seeing the Grand Goulets, although the alternate route provided a wonderful ride on a great little Alpine road near St. Martin en Vercors. As the storm clouds turned to rain, they found a quaint “guest house” in Ugine, just outside of Albertville, dinner and breakfast included.
On Tuesday, they started a recommended 2-day route around the Mount Blanc massif – where France, Italy and ...
Cereal in the room before heading off on our approx 160km journey to Chexbres, Switzerland...en route to the area of Interlaken, then on to Lucerne.
It didn't take long before we started heading into mountains, including a fantastic view of a massive bridge.
Driving was easy until we reached the border when it was a real debacle going through the check point. We had thought we might need to produce our passports, but ...
We experienced a little bit of everything today. As we left Geneva, a steady rain started to fall as we dodged traffic. But it stopped when we got to our first break at Nyon. The next stretch before lunch was just cloudy and very "do-able", and Mark was ready with a nice lunch for us in Rolle next to the ...
... peaks . Down the garden is an old building in which is an old wood fired bread oven. Andrew and Rick with the assistance by phone of Henri, BreadNZ, in Katikati managed to get the oven ready for use. This included raising the steel chimney cover up to allow the smoke to escape. Rick was up on the roof and the photo shows him removing wire that was holding the steel plate on top. Elaine thought it ...