Hotel le Feug
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Wales and England - AMAZING. We arrived on Friday 16th October. We launched straight into sightseeing mode and went directly to the Roman Baths in Bath. What a groovy town Bath is. The next day was the Dr Who Experience in Cardiff. This probably rated as James' most favourite tourist attraction. That afternoon Paul and James went to the Semi Final of New Zealand v France. Our country v The Country we live in. The rest is history. ...
Breakfast in room, walked to train station to see about a trip to Le Cerque, decided not to go, walked to Old Town of Geneva, caught the tram to Plan De Palais, trash & trivia market, then cheese fondue and Vin Chaud (mulled wine) for ...
... town along the lake for lunch and then continued our drive along the lake. There was a significant decline we needed to drive down in order to get to the lake, which provided really cool views. As we got closer to the bottom of the hills, we were able to look up and see a bunch of walls that were built into the hill. There were many areas dug out for gardens and homes.
We got to see some really cool ...
... and it was nice. HR Giger was the lead of the special effects team for the movie Alien. He either bought the whole town or the castle, because he houses his Alien exhibit here. It was more to see the Alien exhibit than to see the castle, shame. We saw the castle and it was awesome. It was very large and had a great garden. We could see the smaller mountains of the Swiss Alps around us. We left after this to head ...
Magnus and Brendan were tired from 2weeks climbing so suggested a picnic at Lake Passé. Great idea as a day R&R for us not a bad idea. The trip to the lake so pretty up and round the mountain. The roads here make driving in New Zealand a walk in the park. The locals drive so quickly with such confidence but around each blind corner could be a bus and with only just enough room to pass and a massive drop ...