Hotel de l'Ours
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... restaurant with our cases, sorry, no we are standing next to your table because we can't move any further because of all the other people trying to move to second class carriage too, yes mi scusi, sorry, pardon…..ahh, you will let us come back to first class because your diners are angry, OK, if you say so, are you sure….well if you insist, J
Next connection we check the class of the carriage before we pile on…
We arrive ...
... way up bigger climbs to make sure she is ok. Today I had the pass. This was going to take some thought as it would be so easy for me to redline and have an issue. The gradients hit up to 15% which felt easy due to the stuff we have already done this trip. The first third of the climb averaged around 10% and I was in unbelievable spirits. I was averaging around 13km/hr, heart rate around 160. As I was climbing I kept stealing a peek at the mountain on the other side of the valley ...
... her mother's car. I drove back up to the chalet with Steffie, but my nerves were a wreck. It took me a while just to sit down and relax and get over it. Dave and Louiselle returned with their car and after a while I joined them to walk down to Vex to buy some meat. The walk down was pretty steep from the chalet and went along a river and through some really old wooden barns and houses. Louiselle told me that she was a child, she and her brother had to walk ...
... The museum also put forward the fact that mercenaries brought a steady source of income to the impoverished alpine regions of Switzerland. In the end the exhibit leaves it up to you to decide on the morality of the Swiss Mercenary industry. The museums medieval military collection was nicely balanced by a display of the everyday life of Bernese aristocrats during the middle ages. Of the other two sections of the museum the section on Switzerland in the ...
A friend, Nadia, lives in Milan and after a random email exchange we decided to meet in Sion - close to being in the middle of Lausanne and Milan. After lunch and a stroll around Sion - which is turning into quite a cool place, we then drove to La Vaud and had some wine watching the sunset over the lake before heading to Lausanne to drop off Nadia. In the evening Ana and Stefan had a fab meal with Milagros in Pully - gorgeous evening out and the summer just keeps on giving.
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