Hotel-Restaurant Le Grenier a Sel
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... It's quite hilly here, the downs are great, but the ups take a bit of work, thank goodness for lots of gears! The countryside is glorious, soft rolling hills, full of wheat, small market gardens and soft fruit, with views down to the bright blue lake. Weather ideal for cycling - not too hot and a bit of breeze. Quick beer and cycled back - watching a Zeppelin travel up the lake.
If you stay in Untersee (lower lake) you get a free bus/train pass for the area. ...
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I share Cindi's feelings. Nice, where we got an apartment for the week, is best described as "gritty". Everyone there was nice enough to us. Nothing bad happened. However there was just "grit' everywhere. Trash on the street. Cars, motorcycles, and scooters everywhere. Cars parked on sidewalks, and double-parked in the street, for ...
... famous vinyards of the cote du rhone. naturaly i am partaking as I write. It would be rude not to really. the people up here seem to use the river more. There We stopped at a marina last night. Big place and cost 23 euro. Not much of interest as it is far out of town. But a few locks later we are in the town of saint vallier. Its a village right on the water with a free pontoon or halt fluvial. we headed to the ...
... seemed fine and the derailleur was OK, so then i asked Caira if she was OK. After a few minutes, she was good to go nso was my bike, but we decided the two of them were not meant for each other. We made it back un eventfully after that. The ride down the river is quicker than the ride up, so we made fairly good time. We stopped at Tanek and got goat cheese and fromage de brebis, along with a bottle of local red. We had the usual discussion ...
Tuesday, June 14, 2011 Normandy isn't known for its wine bit it is known for its cider and that's exactly what we had for breakfast. And they had a little packet of nutella :-) delicious, as it should be for how awful it is for you. Oh well, I'm in France! Today's agenda included our first stop in Bayeux. This was the only town that wasn't destroyed by the Germans during their occupation and wasn't destroyed when the Allies liberated the city. You ...
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