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Travel Blogs from Plagne
Apparently today is going to be a day off, a slow relaxing
day………….what 217;s that?
With a hot day threatening we set off on the bicycles in the
opposite direction to the previous day to explore Lake Biel and its surrounds.
Our first target was to head out onto a long spit of land that runs from Erlach
into the middle of the lake called St. Peterinsel. Apparently the peninsular
was originally an island but at some period when ...
... the famous Interlaken and the lake from the train which was really beautiful. Finally made it up the ski resort of Luekerbad, where snow was plentiful and so was food. We caught the gonadal up to the famous alp of Torent, where thousands if not hundreds of thousands of people come every year to ski, sledge and snowboard. I had a Rösti with alp cheese for lunch, grated cooked potato, then cooked in the pan with butter and seasoning and topped with gorgeous stinky alp cheese. Oh ...
... within Switzerland and Europe, and we would have to agree with her having used the train system throughout! We definitely want to come back here and stay for a couple of weeks or so... It was so quiet all you could hear was the bells of the dairy cows on the hills and to gush of the river and the streams flowing from the mountains around. Many families were hiking by the river and up the walking paths surrounding the town. Interesting to note the warning by the river ...
... of Thursday morning (SIX DAYS later!) we’re finally back into our own place, what a drama. Ah well, all’s well that ends well.
**Landlord’s last name. First name is a mystery. That’s another story in itself, Catherine and I are fairly sure he’s actually a money-launderer.
Movies x 2
As mentioned above, on Saturday afternoon, after sitting around in my apartment in the dark for a few hours I was very ...
... probably for the best as the temperature was rising and it was a very quick trip to Bern.
For the next few days I'm staying with my friend Sabine who we met when we were here in '06. We've kept in contact all these years and followed each other's highs and lows... and it was just so good to be back in her company again.
Sabine took me down to the river for a swim and it was the best dip in melted glacier I've had in ages.