Hotel Central Continental
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... but without melting the cheese so you have various assorted cut up cheeses instead.
Served with the cheese is boiled or steamed new potatoes (remember the market the other day).
Add: Charcuterie items (dried meats), cornichons (gherkins) and pickled onions.
Traditionally wine, other beverages as desired.
It's a meal meant to be eaten over time and enjoyed over the evening with visiting, chatting, socializing.
We started ...
... pack a picnic, couple of glasses and bottle of red. I was just trying to be romantic, envisaging a nice surprise lunch by the banks of the river! Not to be! We managed to eat one sandwich each and that was about it - never mind, it is the thought that counts!
As we were walking back through the town, we joined a crowd who had sat on a wall watching a couple of young buskers. They were both Macedonians and probably university ...
... met last week at the site in the Black Forest. They are now on their way back to UK from Austria - the same site that we are due to travel to on Thursday. By all accounts we shall be impressed. The ducks joined us outside this evening as we had a cuppa and some Ovaltine flavoured chocolate - they did not get any - they had crumbled cream crackers instead. Forecast does not look too good for tomorrow either, but Wednesday shows ...
... to help eke out the two gas cylinders we carry on board since we are unable to purchase refills outside of the UK. The Cadac is fuelled by Campingaz which we can readily find in Europe. The meal was helped down with a bottle of German Piesporter which we had picked up in the Penny supermarket in Rudesheim for the equivalent of £2.66! Can't be bad, eh? Anyway, enough for now - almost time for bed - more next ...
... speak for themselves on that front. It took about three hours total - 90 mins up to Brienz and then 90 mins back, stopping at a couple of small towns on the way, and going past some really nice waterfalls! Amazing how green the place was as well, or maybe it just seemed that way after the sands of Egypt... Had a bit of light rain on the way back, which drove me inside the cabin, ...