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... were absolutely
And so back to our patiently waiting bikes and back to camp
for a well-deserved beer and supper of braaied chicken wings……with skin.
Swiss meat is funny. None of it has fat. All the fat from
every cut is removed by the butcher and one cannot buy any meat in the shops
that has fat on it. Very sad state of affairs, and so we buy chicken with skin
on it so as to satisfy our craving for delicious cooked animal fat.
... day making up for the not so brilliant yesterday. We also spotted at he side of us and a few doors down 2 campers very similar to ours, our neighbour from Ireland and the other from Wales. We decided last night to head to Luxembourg via a quick stop on the German border to 'Saarbruken' where a film 'A bridge to far' was made somewhere in the area about Germans attempting to blow up the bridges crossing over the River Rhine. Rich wasn't exactly sure the location and the ...
... night's bad experience at the hut, we decided we are ready for a hotel--Our own room. Our own bathroom. Clean sheets. Delicious food. Warm, friendly people.
We are at a most lovely hotel, with the most amazing flowers I have ever seen. Wow! And the view from our balcony and room? My gosh, it looks out at a glacier- topped mountain that is so high you get get whip lash looking up at the top!
Sleep will be sweet tonight!
... De Glace like a still river trapped in ice, Glace De Argentiers like a ‘storm trapped in ice’. Sounded spectacular and was! The first part of the hike took about 45 min, and walking around a bend came face to face with the ‘stormy’ end of the glacier. Amazing! Stopped for some speccy photos then continued on the high path leading to a point further along the glacier (hard work and at altitude – Sam very ...
... windy and up! It sits at around 850m elevation and on the side of the mountains so lots of ups and downs around the area. Beautiful views though. Got to the accommodation in Saint Gervais around 7, checked in and was told there was a welcoming drinks and cheese reception for guests. Had to decline as we wanted to look for something more substantial. Dumped our stuff in the room and headed for town. Found a couple of restaurants after a bit of a hill ...