Motel Fleur De Lys
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... never rains, a cooker with pots, will be needed when in isolated areas, a cold resistant sleeping bag, I hope that is all now, or else it will blow up my budget.
Tonight, I will meet Natalie, Alexander's sister, tomorrow I visit a former place of work in Meikirch , only a short ride from Bern.
in the title, it says thoughts and impression, I will leave this for next times entries, since I have already written a lot!
... with no long-lasting negative effects.
For each basic accommodation, there has been at least the same number of high quality places to stay. Airbnb and Booking.com have assisted me greatly, either directly or through the intervention of my emergency travel team in Eynsham, Oxfordshire.
There's so much more I want to tell you but it's getting late here. The only thing I can do is compile a Memories of France III to complete the ...
... held out for just a little while longer.
The third cemetery I will tell you about had special significance in that it was called The Manchester Cemetery in recognition of the fact the dead soldiers came mostly from the Manchester Regiment. While standing paying my respects, a brightly coloured butterfly landed on my hand and rested there for what seemed like an age, though was probably no more than ten seconds or so. In my heightened emotional state I wondered if ...
... path in front of me. It was also quite tricky to keep my balance at times, which resulted in my walking poles being called into service for the first time in the trip. Down below me, the river Loue carried last night's storm water through the valley with great ferocity and noise. By late morning, I finally reached its source, where a large hydroelectric plant has been built to harness energy from the raging waters.
The afternoon should ...
John decided to swim underneath as the water was quite clean but could not see anything caught in the skeg. The water was extremely cold.
It was a beautiful journey through the hills but yet again no other boats. It seems they must only go as far as Besancon. We love the churches with their tiles roofs.
When we arrived at Baume les Dames we went to the Capitainerie which turned out to be just a bar/restaurant so we had a ...