Le Grand Bellevue
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... spots or downhills between. Beautiful country, and since the rain stopped after lunch and the clouds broke up somewhat, we could actually see some of the scenery. During the morning, no pictures were taken -- the rain was falling too heavily to bring out the camera, and the landscape was hard to see. We were able to get some photos in the afternoon. As we are riding among the farm houses and pastures on very narrow roads/paths, it's amazing that the paths are shared by cars. ...
... above us to his home and told us he was headed down to Lauterbrunnen. His mother had just turned 100 years old last Wednesday and died two days later. He was headed down to town to take care of the "business" of her end. Those little encounters are indescribable. Human connection...Obscure places...unexpected. Total blessings. These are the things that make travel rich. Rick Steves talks about the places and the food. I ...
... After descending to the base of the mountain, Josh and I did
a stroll through the village and decided to try the meat pies, deemed the best
in the world. Josh agreed that they were the best he had in Europe, but he’d
had some amazing ones as well back in Australia.
We did a bit more shopping and then went to our group meal
in the chalet. This was definitely a place full of charm, flavour and beauty.
We will definitely return!
... coins feel like the quality of Chuck-E-Cheese tokens. In the US, the highest value coin we regularly use is 25¢, and Euros go up to 2€ coins. The Swiss use coins all the way up to 5 CHF. It is a weird feeling to pay for an entire meal with a few coins. We soon discovered that our campground had bungalows that are a popular spot for tour buses. Not the elderly or Asian buses like we have become used to, but a young party bus company called Contiki (they say on the buses ...
After a long day yesterday exploring Aix-les-Bains and a cruise of Le Lac du Bourget, getting up at 5:45 this morning was a bit rough, but it was definitely worth it as I crossed into Switzerland and saw the vast, rolling landscapes full of greenery and scattered with sheep. The Swiss train stations do not seem to be as technological as the rest that I have seen and therefore sent me into a panic when one of my trains was supposed to be departing in 3 minutes at a ...