Grand Hotel du Lac
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... Wings I do not know.
the bike turned I roll out the coach and follow all the cars along each and
every wagon and finally onto the platform and off.
am now heading for the wonderful Swiss town of Interlaken. As I ride along this
road its then I realise that I have been here before and that was when I took
the wrong road a few years ago on my Transalp. Soon its way off the main road
and onto a wonderful little twisty back road and up over a ...
... 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 ...
... prepared lunch which we enjoyed, along with our conversation. He asked my help with a computer question and I was happy to be able to help. We had a very nice four-hour visit together before I headed on for another visit.
I drove back down to Lake Geneva, but turned east instead of south and made my way to Vevey-Montreux, where the famous Jazz festival is underway. Vevey-Montreux is sometimes called the Swiss ...
... ice making plant that made someone very rich until fridges were invented. Luckily the owner sold the business to someone else a couple of years prior! Once we arrived in Lyon we went to our room, unpacked, had a briefing, dinner and bed. What a tiring day! It turned out that the "shorter" trip to Lyon (not through Switzerland) was not much fun. It took a long time as someone was ill and needed frequent pit stops. The bus was also rather cramped. So .... It seems we made the right ...
... happens to be a car show in town. Too hungry to dither we found a nice lunch spot and pigged out on escalope veal and grilled chicken and managed to fit in some dessert. Some light shopping for supper and we headed back to the car show. It was in the market area and was free. Rob turned into a little boy and went a little crazy on the photos. The star of the show was the Starsky and Hutch car of course. We walked back to Rivaz along some of the terrace paths ...