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... Wings I do not know.
the bike turned I roll out the coach and follow all the cars along each and
every wagon and finally onto the platform and off.
am now heading for the wonderful Swiss town of Interlaken. As I ride along this
road its then I realise that I have been here before and that was when I took
the wrong road a few years ago on my Transalp. Soon its way off the main road
and onto a wonderful little twisty back road and up over a ...
Bonjour tou le monde (hello everybody). Today we woke up and there was lots of rain. So we went on a bus to the train station and we caught a train to Geneva then we caught a bus to the Natural History Museum where we saw glow in the dark rocks, Exoplanets and a two headed turtle!!! And lots of stuffed animals and birds including ...
... We started out through the French Savoie and the cheese-making area of Beaufort. A road closure forced us on another interesting “deviation” on the way to Flumet. Morning clouds continued to threaten, but held off all day for another great ride in the Alps over more passes, including a stop at the Italian border at Col du Petit St. Bernard. After a wonderful ride down the backside of the mountain, the road followed a river valley ...
... up, which was a small train which passes through dense alpine forest, and then a lengthy tunnel before arriving at the first stop ... we recon about 1000m from the summit. After disembarking the cogwheel, we made our way out into bright sunshine and ... wow ... what a view. The area was set in a high valley of sorts, surrounded by higher grey, and in part snow capped mountains. In the distance were an endless horizon of peaks ... there were deep valleys and more snow. We ...
... where the conference will be held later this week. I love the way the bus wends its way through all the coastal villages, always with the lake in sight and always with vineyards on the mountain slopes. I had printed out a walking tour of Vevey to follow and found it to be a fascinating place. as with so many of these towns, the 'vieux ville' or old town is the interesting part - cobblestones, wells and courtyards, narrow houses and picturesque views around each corner. ...