L'Ermitage de Bernard Ravet
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... All seemed ok but the front sprocket is a bit noisy
and rather worn. Lets just hope it will get me home.
before I left Edinburgh I had a slight bearing problem on the rear wheel and
was a bit worried that it might give me problems but thankfully so far it is
the bike loaded up I went down to pay my hotel bill and no one was to be seen
at reception and so as I was in no hurry and still had no actual idea where I
was heading today ...
... name for their new town, decided to call it after the first animal they saw on their hunt- which was a bear, hence the name Bern (bear in German). They were lucky they didn't come across the Pink Fairy Armadillo...that could have been embarrassing.
The city has a great layout with old cobblestone roads and arcades stretching down both sides of many streets providing shelter to shoppers, which was great if it happened to shower today. There are also lots of trams ...
... 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 ...
... of the same name in the Canton of Berne. The Emme is a river that runs through the region and tal or thal in German means valley. So if you ever get frustrated and call someone a Neanderthal, you are actually suggesting he came from the Neander valley in Austria (where the first remains of that group were found). Emmental was originally a Swiss cheese, but is now produced outside of Switzerland as well, notably in France and Germany, and something similar in the ...
... a dive tank – not before we were able to swipe our watches for French fries and mayonnaise…when in Europe…don’t ask.
Again, differences are what I love about traveling. Even in a country as high tech as Switzerland, where you have a watch to open your locker, the dive tank looked like a temporary installation similar to something that came from Canadian Tire, complete with fish painted on the side – and would likely not ...