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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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All is packed in blue suitcase, nails are polished with turquoise color, and my swim suit is looking forward to get wet in blue warm ocean :) Thanks to everyone who helped me with advises to arrange my trip! I would try to post my adventures in this blog and You should get updated with my news :) Enjoy! ------------------------------ Все вещи упако ...
... saw some tiny airplanes fly around, and went to a indoor-outdoor spa/swimming pool. It was very cool, with heated pools and other swimming areas with a very relaxing atmosphere. Afterwards we explored a bit of the town of .....I already forgot what it's called...... whoops. I'll update later if I remember.
Anyway, lots of experiences in just 5 days, and then we took the train up into Germany! ...
... In the picture we took in the aging cellar, you can see the robot at the far end of the rows of cheese, the little yellow light showing that it's in action.
We took a drive through the countryside to the town of Fribourg, walked around there a bit and returned to our B&B to relax before dinner, which was at a small restaurant next to a tiny chapel in a meadow. The lady who was the owner/chef went out to her garden to pick ...
... re cheese factory (La Maison du Gruyère). The factory tour was short and cute, and you could see cheese wheels curing, although we didn’t see any actual cheese making demonstration even though we arrived during the posted cheese making hours. Each one of us received a hand-held audio guide which described the whole process and synced up with several informative video presentations along the tour (which was helpful). We also received three Gruyère ...
... 8211; it looked really heavy but he did use small electric crane to aid him along! After he put them in the mould, he put a weight on them to press the liquid out. We learned that his cheese is an "alpage" cheese which means that all of the milk comes from one herd of cows. If he used cheese from his neighbour's herd, it would be called “montagne” (mountain). We then watched a video on them making the cheese in the high alps during ...