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... factory where we bought lots of biscuits. On the way home Ursula picked up a platter of hams. At Peter's we met Pascal and his girlfriend Annabelle. Aperitifs and nibbles on the balcony. For dinner we had the Ham, plus cheese, salads, Zopf, raspberry mousse etc... To much to ...
... a cycling show somewhere.
So we jumped on a train and headed back to Solothurn. By the
time we found the cycle shop in Solothurn it was also closed, this time for
lunch. We settled down for a drink before returning to get the puncture fixed.
After lunch at camp we decided to go for a swim in the
river. The water must be about 18 degrees, very refreshing.
It rained all night and we woke up to rain as well. We
decided to take advantage of the weather to move, and so we packed up and
headed down to Solothurn which is a beautiful old town situated on the Aare
River. The Aare River is also deep, wide and clean.
The region is green and the agriculture revolves less about
vegetables and more about livestock. ...
... their own way.
The following weeks were a mixture of staying home with my sister Denyse and occasional rides.
One day at Bleiken near Thoune with my niece Monique, another at Etagnière near Lausanne where my nephew Sami delights me no end with succulent BBQ. Then it was a short ride to Gryon via Villars where Jack was a ski instructor last year for the Swiss Ski School.
On Sunday we went to visit my niece ant who was ...
... and a heap of movies. Leanne was happy to see all the series of Downtown Abbey available to her.
Dinner in the dining room is at 7pm as was cast off, we arrive at 7.45pm, the restaurant was full, however we were lucky enough to get a window seat. Three course al-carte meal – just like a restaurant menu with four things to choose from each course. I actually decided to try the wine, and to my surprise it was a very, very nice, ...