Neuhaus Golf and Strand Hotel
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... looked like chewing her cud like a cow. Munch munch munch…slurp slurp….
“Avaia said we should do it Mama”
Um…what do you do but laugh…..
..”any left for me…?” I asked.
“NO!!” the two screamed out in joy when they realized I had just been gooned!
Snuggling into bed, revelling in the last morning, I took out my phone to see ...
... different types of trains required for each trip, the last one needs the most grip!! However you do a round trip, so you get to see little towns in between, and it is easy to get on one train and get on another because they are beside each other, it is very well organised. You can decide if you want to stay in each town a bit as the trains go past on the hour, I only stopped at Grindelwald, as I was told that was the best one to stop at. Although on ...
It's been almost a week now that my tour has ended. In 21 days I traveled around Spain, experienced Morocco and got a taste of Portugal. Three weeks of quick-paced touring called for a few days of independence and doing things at my own leisure. I stayed a few extra nights in Barcelona where my international travel began. During the first free moment in the city at the start of my tour, a friend and I went to Park Güell to see some of Gaudí's work. I knew I wanted to ...
... use of the excellent Swiss rail system (seriously though, it's awesome). So my first day here has been pretty darn good, and I expect the next two will be also! P.S. (And this will probably only amuse one of you.). As I was on the train to Bern, my iPod started playing the Les Miserables song 'red and black' which, apart from causing me to struggle not to start giggling and/or humming, reminded me of a story told by a fellow I met in Nice. He was arrested in ...
... Italians, during the construction of the initial route over 100 years ago, an ice palace displaying a number of sculptures (this has to be chilled down to the appropriate temperature in view of the tourists passing through), outdoor snow terrace and for those keen on active snow sports, skiing and other snow related activities. We descended by train opting to return by the suggested optional route ...