Hotel La Soldanelle
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... All seemed ok but the front sprocket is a bit noisy
and rather worn. Lets just hope it will get me home.
before I left Edinburgh I had a slight bearing problem on the rear wheel and
was a bit worried that it might give me problems but thankfully so far it is
the bike loaded up I went down to pay my hotel bill and no one was to be seen
at reception and so as I was in no hurry and still had no actual idea where I
was heading today ...
... as planned. When we settled into bed the first rain began to fall.
The morning in L'etivaz was cold and rainy. Hard to believe it was possible after our previous luck with the weather, but it affirmed our decision that the hike we had planned would have been uncomfortable at best and impossible at worst.
We took a bus back to ...
... And it was 12 pm. lunch time. We had kept our food items in fridge in the cafeteria. We took it outside and heated in microwave and served to everyone. All the other students were doing similar things. The dining table was full with different dishes from different country. It looked amazing!! Everyone took a little from each dish and started eating. We were very happy to hear from everyone that they liked Indian food. We got compliments from ...
... both tourists and locals. On our first attempt, we went to the Cailler factory in the middle of the afternoon on a weekday. The parking lot was completely full and there was a two hour wait to take the tour. We left frustrated but returned the next morning at 10am right when they opened. This time we were able to get in. The tour lasted under an hour as we walked through a series of animatronic exhibits which were thoughtfully well-conceived and ...
... didn't much feel like hot chocolate in the restaurant after that ordeal! Back on the train once more and we figured out our transfers to get to Gruyere- very close to Broc and the home of the eponymous cheese. More stunning Swiss countryside (who wouldn't be happy driving a train through it?) and about 2mins later and we arrived. Despite the fact that the fromagerie is right next to the train station, there was no all-pervading smell of cheese here (a blessing because we ...