Eden Palace au Lac
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... one I would be walking passed a normal
living house and right next door would be what looked like a house but there
inside would be a horse or a family of chickens. It sure was a strange place to
be and I soon made it back to my hotel room.
is now way passed 1am and i have been looking at my map book and just realising
that I am taking things a little too far by heading south into France and so
have decided to start making my journey back to ...
... 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 ...
... bawdy bottle labels they've had down the years. We're talking tits, ass and muff cartoons! Because we all know nothing says "I'm a classy wine" like a muff-o-gram! After our quick look around the castle we headed off to the Bex village and had hot dogs for lunch at a local beer festival. Nice sitting outside in the not too hot sun while locals enjoyed their beer. Next stop - off for a tour of the Bex Mines de Sel, a really old salt mine ...
... Despite ordering difficulties, it was nice to have something a bit lighter for a change.
After this we drove back to our hotel to drop the car off and then walked down to the local station to take the train to Vevey to have a look at the old town.
Vevey was a bit disappointing actually. I'm not sure if we have been spoiled by all the other beautiful places we've seen this trip, but it wasn't as nice as ...
... Australians then quietly mentioned she prefers our accent to Americans and we said "we do too".
After lunch we finally headed down the mountain to our home for the next few nights - the lakeside town of Montreux.
Montreux is known as the "Swiss Rivieria" and we can see why. There are a lot of posh shops, sports cars plus hotels & private houses that have been built on terraces up the hill to take advantage of the great views over Lac Leman and the ...