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... heading downstairs for a snack and refreshments. We’ve had the same hotel attendant here for two nights who is very good at his job and has helped us with booking today’s adventure as well as printing out boarding passes for tomorrow night’s dinner cruise, following our visit to the United Nations, located on the site of the former League of Nations.
In honor of our dinner snack, it’s a wrap!
We were very excited to see blue sky when we woke up! Since the wether was good we decided to take the cablecar up Grands Montets. We only went half way and got off at Lognan (1972m) and hiked for 45mins to the Glacier d'Argentiere. It was beautiful! Mat did an extra little hike up to the snow line. After enjoying the serenity for a ...
... are busy harvesting them with
crazy-looking tractor-towed machinery. The route took me through the Gorge of
Borne. I hadn’t read or even heard of it but it was the maddest road I’ve been
on so far. Honestly there were several places where the road was cut into the
rock and it looked impossible to get through single track never mind two-way! I
had to keep well away from the overhangs and it was another case of praying
nothing was coming the other way.
... guess it is about every 8.5 hours that Jane throws down some kind of personal information bomb that increases her street cred. I want her on my team. There were a couple of good quotes we ran across today, one is about friends...which I posted. One is from the tour at the castle Chillon. It goes a little something like this..."What is the most joyful thing in all the world? 'tis a ****! For it sings from it's birth until it fades ...
... well I did at least; Caitlin has a rule that she doesn’t eat anything she can’t identify. I’m thinking of adopting that rule myself after what I thought was guacamole turned out to be some sort of pea puree. No thank you. The rest of the ride was spent napping (Caitlin) and catching up on blog entries (me.) As we crossed into Switzerland, what we assumed were some sort of border patrol agents checked our tickets and swabbed our ...