Hotel-Restaurant De La Rouvenaz
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... our way to le Peuty, passing a heard of cows and our first goats. As the day was supposed to be a pleasant hike (14km, 2500ft) and feeling bad about missing the Fenetre d'Arpette the day before, we bumped into some fellow travellers who said they were heading to the col de Balme as well but rather were going via the Chalet de glacier. This was an hour from our current location, back up the mountain (and 45 minutes from our days original starting point!). Not to ...
... MY FAVORITE ICE CREAM!!!'
'Mama and Papa, I love....SWANS!!! LET'S FEED THEM ALL OUR BREAD!!'
Trying to keep a young family together in this amazing area is like herding cats while trying to nail jell-O "OMG…I LOVE HER HEELS!!" …..to a wall.
Ever the helpful Canadians, when approached for directions to the same museum that we were going to, I proudly displayed my iPhone map and pointed in the correct direction.
... cute - so 4 entrances poorer and 2 blow up animals along with 2 floaty rings later and we were set to embark on a Badi experience.
My very favourite food, I mean absolute favourite…beyond chocolate, coffee and raclette, is….
anything made by someone other than me.
And for the record, that includes coffee, chocolate and raclette.
That night we had my ...
... family come to visit, we like to have a stocked cupboard and some wonderful wine/beer on hand. Tony proudly told Angela that we had shopped just yesterday with her in mind! “We went to the Migros! “ NOTE; Migros is a chain of grocery stores somewhat similar to Safeway, only their size would be that of maximum 2 Mac stores put together, tiny shopping carts and you can buy alcohol….or so we thought that’s what we bought…. ...
... by for another rescue mission.
Anyhow, back to today. I walked along the lake shore for 7 hours to get here. It started in the rain and it remained quite gloomy even after it stopped. Above me on the hillside were terraced vineyards that surprised me a little as I didn't know the Swiss went in for wine-making. I also passed a building designed by the famous architectarchitect, Le Corbusier. It didn't look quite as grand as the one I've seen in Zurich, but I only managed to see ...