Bed and Breakfast La Pinte de Lys
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Les Sciernes d'Albeuve
... Its a great
shame as i really was looking forward to that road cut into the cliff but it
will just have to be another day.
I will make my way to Lake Genèva and take a look at a miniature railway that I
have always wanted to see there and simply head north and see where I get to.
last two weeks or so certainly have been a magical adventure and i just hope
there will be many more to come.
night from the ghost town
... the USA, including Route 66 and the western states.
Since rain was forecast again for the following day, Dominique suggested we leave the bike behind and take the funicular train down the mountain from Leysin to Aigle to visit the castle which houses a local vineyard and wine-making museum. The castle and museum were fascinating. We enjoyed lunch in Aigle then returned home via the funicular in time for the storm to break up in the ...
Today was a day for exploring on our own before the Backroads group assembles. Kandersteg is a small village used as a center for mountain biking and hiking. The road in front of the hotel deadends into some mountains with a couple of cable cars carrying people to plateaus above. In the afternoon we set out down the road to try it out. Lyric was a bit nervous about the ascent but ...
... a navigator for the hino truck which raced the Paris- Dakar and prior to that was a journalist. Off with the labouks via a castle, there was an impressive set of gardens (6) which were fun to roam through there was a hedge maze but my favourite was the gravel water feature combo. The labouks property was locate in a small town and appealed to me on so many levels! Perhaps it was because christopf was quiet the handy man and build the house him self, or was it because he had ...
... day to reach Gwatt I definitely would have stuck with the wild-camping option. But, the hill was a slow-burner at first, and once I realised just how steep it was getting I was too determined to turn back...
So eventually, after a lengthy two-way conversation with a Swiss-German in which he tried and failed to explain where the tents go at the Gwatt campsite, my tent was up. Barely ten minutes later it was dark and I had to cook a dinner ...