Hotel La Tour d'Ai
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... but at the
price I was given it was a no way situation and so on I went.
into the town of Aigle and again am looking for somewhere nice to stay but
after a trip around the town i headed onwards towards my destination.
few miles on and I come to the small town of Ollon and there is what looked
like a ok hotel and sure enough it is.
the bike unloaded and a cup of coffee I took a walk through the streets of this
... the USA, including Route 66 and the western states.
Since rain was forecast again for the following day, Dominique suggested we leave the bike behind and take the funicular train down the mountain from Leysin to Aigle to visit the castle which houses a local vineyard and wine-making museum. The castle and museum were fascinating. We enjoyed lunch in Aigle then returned home via the funicular in time for the storm to break up in the ...
My cousin Julie Anne has lived in Leysin for 10 years working as a mountain guide and outdoor education tutor. I think the last time we saw each other was about thirty years ago at university in Dunedin so it will be interesting to see if we recognise each other. I call to organise where we are going to meet and she informs us that it is snowing up at Leysin and fairly misty so it wont be ...
... this point the surgeons were very busy and it was all action stations around Belinda.
At the weigh station, he was weighed, measured and more tests done. He was 2.3kg and 48 cm long, so long and skinny! After a few minutes, he was wrapped up, it took me a while to get his first nappy and pyjamas on, but eventually got there. Then I sat in a chair and held him, he was super cute and it really was touching. Belinda's parents, Carmen and Kuno, came in briefly ...
... next to her at dinner tonight and had her laughing uncontrollably a few times. I think she doesn't know what to think of me. She wants to like me, she's just having a *************vincing herself that it's OK. She'll come around- they all do eventually.
Here's something I find ironic in Switzerland: This is basically the land of chocolate. I mean there's so much chocolate over here, ...