Hotel La Soldanelle
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... it should look new. We have lunch, but don't sit down for it. Usually finish about 11pm.
Monday we run about getting people into gear, lessons, and what ever else is required and try to sneak in a pizza for lunch in the village.
Tuesday is 'normal' and Wednesday is our day off. We get a sleep in and its turning into Date Night. Although I'm getting better at coming home with my date (and sober) fatigue usually means its otherwise uneventful.
The rest of the ...
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woke to a wonderful view of the Lausanne lake. We drove down to evian and after much debating as to which wharf we wer to leave from. We finally found it and took the ferry over to lausanne which was beautiful until the girls found out that they would have to climb a hil to get to the centre of town. We wandered back down and had ice cream and fish and chips in a lovely cafe. A walk along the water gave us a chance for a few photo opportunities. Ferry back to ...
Time to move again, so we packed up camp and left Martigny
for Sion whereafter finding parking at the station we caught a bus up the
mountain to visit the Pyramids De Euseigne. The bus dropped us in the town of
Euseigne and we walked back along the road to view the Pyramids.
The Pyramids are difficult to describe as they are really
one of the most unusual natural formations that I have ever seen. These
formations were formed when a glacier split into two ...
... in Gruyere. One look at the menu and I was out of there before they charged me for sitting down. I’m sure it would have been a very nice fondue, but 25 Swiss Francs for the cheapest on the menu...that’s £17.50 for a cheese sauce and some bread! The only other establishments open on a Sunday were the Americanised ones - McDonalds & Starbucks. Seeing as I don’t eat meat, Starbucks was the obvious choice for a coffee, and for ...