Hotel Fleur de Neige
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... day we drove up to the bottom of Snowdonia ((Machynlleth) and settled into a pub for the evening and watched the next semi-final game. The next day (Monday) we went to the Corris Slate Mine and the King Arthur's Labyrinth, then onto Chester for the evening. We stayed with Andrew Howe and were treated like Royalty. A wonderful evening out with the Howe Family. On Tuesday we went with Andrew for a North Wales Coast tour. We went to ...
It’s hard to believe that we have been in France almost 11 weeks now. Since then, we’ve met some great people, marginally improved my French, made lots of new friends and, most importantly, learnt to shop (and hopefully cook) like a Frenchman.
To begin to cook, first you must have the ingredients. I love food markets, anywhere in the world. Whenever we visit a new city or town I’m happy to leave Ali to the Art Galleries and historical ...
... showers. Before we got back off the mountain, we were treated with a lovely rainbow. Bought a couple posters and we were back in the car by 4pm, heading down the valley to Interlaken. We chose a route that climbed over a mountain and emerged at Bulle. Beth drove like James Bond on the steep, twisty roads. I hung on and navigated. Drove through some cloud-bursts and figured out how the windshield wipers worked. Home by ...
... mountain rising away from it. The climb became so intense that I had to take another food stop for an energy boost before the final ascent, taking the opportunity to photograph the cows watching with a backdrop of the rainclouds approaching.
Finally reaching the campsite it turned out to be more of a static caravan site, and completely devoid of life. With no one to ask where ...
... as well. Highlights included the dungeon which inspired Byron's "The Prisoner of Chillon" and Byron's inscription in the pillar to which the prisoner was chained; the grand feasting halls; the incredible views from the sentry walk; the 70m keep; and the latrines. I thoroughly enjoyed this castle (even more so than the Tower of London, I think) and the audioguide had many interesting facts for me. I could write about it all day...and I will. Apparently, the entire castle ...