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- Non-smoking hotel
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... kilometres to my west I decided to
take the long route and go for a visit to Lauterbrunnen first.
the time I was ready to get going the rain had stopped and most of the cloud
had moved away leaving a wonderful blue sky.
headed off down the twisty road from Zermatt and finally joined the main no 19
road west. This road runs along a massive river valley with mighty high
mountains on both sides. A magical scenic railway makes its way along the ...
... clear skies and views of the mountain ranges from our terrace.
We left the next day on a route which Dominque suggested which led us through more beautiful green countryside through Gstaad and over Jaun pass on the way to Gruyere. There, we toured the medieval walled city and castle, and enjoyed Gruyere cheese dishes for lunch, then headed north above Bern to stay the night in the Solothurn region.
... flowers. Interestingly, in Greece and Italy there were quite a few European Union flags (blue background with stars in a circle), but certainly not in Switzerland.
It's been very nice as a change to stay somewhere as tiny as Les Avants. It's very quiet and picturesque. The most noise you will hear is from the cowbells high up on the mountain.This is our first holiday using Airbnb accommodation ( more ...
... usual unmanned station in the middle of the road. Au revoir Switzerland, Bonjour France! Bev had her passport all ready and looked slightly disappointed that there wasn't even someone to wave us through. A very steep passage up the side of the hill through vineyards and then forest on the way to Chamonix. (Climbing up the mountain from Martigny put the wind up Bev, no matter what she says!) Driving, driving and we saw a guy next to ...
... time you visit a place and you don't know where the best bits are.
The restaurant (le Palais Oriental) was amazing! The entire interior was decked out in Moroccan style with mosaic tiles, ornate plaster work and beautiful hanging stained glass lanterns. The food was great too. We had hummus with Turkish bread plus Fattoush salad to start, followed by Lamb Tagine with couscous and Chicken Biryani. All delicious and another ...