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Today is the
second last day of my holiday so I felt I should do a heavy hike as it is to be
my last one. I’m now in a hotel in Megeve, a fairly upmarket village
particularly in the ski season about 30 kms from Chamonix. It is also only an
hour’s drive from Geneva which makes the return of my rental car on Sunday
prior to joining my flight home that much easier.
As all the
... With significant aid from Rene I was able to get to see lots of the Netherlands including the dykes, hookers in Amsterdam and the beautiful old heart of Leiden.
Amsterdam was awesome as we went for a lovely bike ride, saw some old buildings, looked at some hookers and then got stuck into some beers before, as one has to I suppose, a visit to a coffee house. Feeling somewhat confident after some beers I ripped through half of my ...
... the village because it's harvest and wine making season. Know a few folks back home that would love a day in this region - it is simply stunning. Lunch was at "Le Deck" in Chexbres, a modern bar and restaurant at the top of the hill overlooking the vineyards and across the lake to France. An infinity pool on the edge gives the impression of being on the precipice, gorgeous outlook. The food and wine week delicious again - perch from the lake, John's new favorite and sea bass, another ...
Our day trip to Gruyere gave us our country side and small rural village experience in Switzerland. Beautiful rolling hills of green pastures and wooded forests lead to Gruyere, the town famous for that cheese. The old town (for tourists) is a single quaint street with restaurants, hotels, and craft shops. After a coffee and short walk, we had lunch at Le Chalet de Gruyeres, famous for its fondue. We ordered their specialty fondue - gruyere and vacherin cheeses with white wine, dipping ...
... in the zone of hugely large number of particle detectors, most of the particles in the beam miss each other. But because they travel around the circle so fast, there are 6 million collisions per second. The detectors generate Mmm bits of data per second. All this data is fed to thousands of computers around the world where the world's particle physicists. Spend their lives analyzing the data and hypothesizing ...