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... the wonderful scenery of the area.
drunk and its off down to my usual photo spot below the falls. Today this
little area of sandy ground is going to be more than just a photo spot but its
also going to be the area where I'm going to inspect my bike sprockets and
chain and give them a good soaking in oil. At least I wont get into trouble for
splashing oil onto any road or hotel car park etc.
done and its time to get going. I am now ...
Saturday the group left the French Riviera via the autoban, splitting up in Aix en Provence. Dave and Janet took to the country roads on a nice ride through the Luberon despite threatening clouds, overnighting in Gap after visiting Lourmain, Apt and Sisteron along the way.
The following day they headed for the higher elevations, with alternating sunny and cloudy skies, over several more passes on the way to Grenoble. Road closures and a 15km ...
... their country kept in very good order, their economic system one of the most stable and coveted in the world.
When it comes to getting your kids onto a play train, however, there is no holds barred and if you want something, you had better move to get it before someone else does. Phew!!
It took us two missed mini trains before Talia was the first to realize..
"Just Push Mama! I'll show you how!"
"YA Mama! I show you ...
... and Monaco. Just one more to go ... Luxembourg. After leaving another small independent Country, we made our way across the river again, and into Switzerland. After a bit of faffing around, in and around Chur, looking at a campsite which would seriously blow our budget (hope this isn't a sign of things to come), we made our way towards our next destination of Appenzell, staying along the way in Unterwasser (Toggenburg). 5th August This morning we went into Appenzell, which is ...
... Sunday morning and all the usual stalls and rides were setting up. Parts of the town were closed off and lots of families were arriving. I decided to use my all day ticket and ride up and down the coast! I love how easy public transport is here; this is what I did today: Train to Lutry, train back to Montreux and the electric bus on to Chateau Chillon, and then to Villeneuve at the end of the line, and then back to Montreux, then a local bus back up the hill to home. ...