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... ber Zürich, wo wir bei Bruno und Zora übernachten durften. Leentje und Francesco werden noch verabschiedet und weiter gehts nach Niederweningen wo Gabi uns die verspätete, aber dringend benötigte Materiallieferung überreicht, die sie uns durch die halbe Schweiz nachgetragen hat! Danke vielmals! Simon und Martin führen uns ein in die Welt von DRAGOM, ein Brettspiel, dass sie selbst entwickelt haben und echt Spass macht!
Nach der ersten Zeltübernachtung ...
... out. They bough a slab of cheese big enough for its own post code. Back to Frank the Danish Kayaker. he ison a pilgrimage. In his late 60's and was trying to get to the Med as fast as his paddles (or another boat) would take him. he had paddled in looking for a sporting goods store to buy a tent more suited to the current weather. I.e bloody cold. And he was hoping to catch a ride with a boat south to speed things up. He dropped by Red because ...
... packs), so I settled for crystallized brown sugar. I nearly gave up on rolled oats, but finally found them on a small shelf selling biodynamic health foods. There were many types of flour to choose from (depending on what type of bread, cake or pastry you want to make), so I picked the one other people were picking. I’m happy to report that both batches of cookies – chocolate chip and oatmeal raisin – turned out ...
... Ah yes, go to the top of the hill, turn right, it is behind some old pine trees. We skeptically drove back up the hill behind the town. We spotted the old pines located in the middle of plowed fields. A rutted road took us to…yes, an actual old windmill. No blades left, but still pretty cool.
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I was brought back to my hike by the screeches of falcons launching out of the tops of the ...
... the rest of our allotted time poking into shops and seeing for ourselves how much American Culture is influencing even France! One thing I have noted: H&M clothing stores are everywhere in Europe, so it’s neat that we have one back in Seattle, too. I feel so… connected. Ha ha! I bought a croissant at La Croissanterie even though I was full, but this was my first legitimate one in France. I can’t stress that enough. It was glorious.
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed