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Travel Blogs from Riederalp
... it had been 12 degrees in the sunshine I decided that hiking in the cold rain would not be for me. Luckily the rain didn't last tooooo long and I instead caught the bus to Interlaken and explored the town, all that needs to be said about it is that it's beautiful (you might have already picked up on this) and that if you have deep pockets (and I mean deeeeeeep) it's one of the biggest outdoor adventure sport places in Switzerland and even Europe. They have ...
... up with bread which is the traditional Swiss meal and then we were meant to have burgers but apparently that means a pattie with gravy, Brussels sprouts and potato...very nice but not what we were expecting. To finish up we had strawberry ice cream which was yummy! We sat out in the lounge and talked to everyone for awhile before heading to bed just after 10. Enjoyed Switzerland but not my favourite place, it is very expensive and the people are not that ...
... reveals many gluten free bakeries (well, more than one) in Paris, so that's my mission! Cake and coffee in Paris GF style, with a trip to Shakespeare and Co! I realise the hostel I had booked is too far out and grab a new one, but then am perplexed by the reviews - before I realise all the hostels in Paris have similar or worse reviews. Two nights only it shall stay, then, though I'd been tempted to book more after my bakery discovery. I learn from a ...
... the train so we were on full alert the whole time. As we were walking up the Main Street of Riomaggiore, we were greeted by Jenni and Julie who arrived a day ahead of us. they warned us of the number of stairs to their apartment and thought we may have more stairs to ours. True confession time: we paid a man 10 euros to carry our cases and it was worth every bit of it. Much cheaper than a heart transplant! Even going down here, involves going up! Yes, it does. Our apartment ...
... the effort, it gave us the complete reassurance that we were indeed sleeping on clean linen.
And then we opened the glass doors onto the balcony.... we were absolutely blown away by the view onto the magical Jungfrau herself! From our beds, we could hear the bells of the cows as they grazed, and watched the sun set over the glittering, snow covered mountains with a tinkling glass of Johnnie Walker and ice to conclude the day.
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