L'Ermitage de Bernard Ravet
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... however they really don't do Bern any justice. We were wishing we had of stayed here overnight rather than Zurich... Lunch time stop is at the picturesque town of Montreux. Yes another 'jaw droppingly' stunning place. I think I will be using that description quite a bit during this tour! Montreux is situated on the shores of Lake Genève and wow! Photos are attached and these are only on the shoreline as we only had an hour and a half. ...
On our morn walk we ventured into the back streets where the real people live and discovered more hidden beauty. We walked into the town square past Louis Pasteur's home and college. We decided to have a picnic breakfast in a cute little spot once just outside the town limits, which we all enjoyed greatly. Today's diving has taken us through lush dairy farming country with very contented looking ladies, sunflowers fields with heads ...
... So the material de’Nimes became known as
Avignon has been on my must see list for quite a while. It’s a beautifully preserved
Medieval town and is also famous for the Pont d'Avignon, or what’s left of it.
Being on the ball as I am, I decided to fully read the Rough guide when I was
halfway there. That’s when I read that July is when the town hosts a drama
festival and 200,000 people attend, making normal sightseeing pretty ...
60; This was the second best day of our trip. Personally this was my favorite site visit day and learning trip. Started off the day with breakfast in the hotel lobby and headed on to our bus for the journey ahead. We proceeded to the World Trade Organization, for our first site visit of they day. The security of this organization was very high (of course). The building and atmosphere was great. ...
... he gave me the following morning, he also provided a number of useful tips and telephone numbers for the places on the route I've yet to visit. One last thing about Pilgrim Pete - for that is his radio monicker - is that he arrived at The Great St Bernard's Pass behind a slow plough on the 28th May, two days after the Pass officially opened this year. It certainly validates my decision to wait until the start of June to begin my journey.
The walk from Orbe to Lausanne ...