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... if you want to ever leave this random persons driveway and not crash into their garage door! Long story short, after flagging down 3 different people and a very very sweet older woman who tried to help us push our car up the driveway (yes, UP) a nice man showed us how to do it. By pulling up to move the shifter in reverse. We also used the GPS which was accidentally set in pedestrian mode so it took us ...
... some kind of rest day.
From Boudry we drove back to Colombier and checked into our
campsite. After a good supper, still feeling too energetic we went out on an
exploratory bike ride to check out our immediate surrounds. Colombier lies on
the Northern shore of Lake Neuchatel and we had a look at some of the beautiful
holiday homes of the rich and famous that are built along its shores. One can
only dream about such ...
... to say that, my godbrother came to spend the day with us. Leandra kept whinging last night that she wanted to go bowling as she's never been before, so we will have to see if any of the alleys are open on Easter Monday. We hopped in the car and drove through gorgeous little lake side towns complete with vineyards and cobblestone streets, like something out of a film. We found an alley but it wouldn't be open until after lunch and next door was a go kart track Leandra and ...
... answer is no and the kind receptionist tells me all the hotels are fully booked as tomorrow is a massive festival in the city.
Over the road I go to another hotel and they tell me the same answer but lucky for me the kind lady knows where there are rooms available and so gives them a call.
Soon it’s back down the hill and over the bridge once again and right down almost to the water’s edge to the little hotel at the bottom.
Of course as per ...
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