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... riding up this great pass which is surrounded by massive peaks. The road
once again is built from lego type pieces of concrete and is a magical piece of
engineering. What makes this road even more unreal is that it does not actually
lead to anywhere other than to a few towns up in the mountains......oh and the
car train system!!!
with the car train system it sure must have cost a fortune to build for such
I arrive at ...
... We started out through the French Savoie and the cheese-making area of Beaufort. A road closure forced us on another interesting “deviation” on the way to Flumet. Morning clouds continued to threaten, but held off all day for another great ride in the Alps over more passes, including a stop at the Italian border at Col du Petit St. Bernard. After a wonderful ride down the backside of the mountain, the road followed a river valley ...
... good (the chicken in a basket was a very large meal that neither Marusia nor Katrina were able to finish, although both enjoyed the food). (Regrettably the cost of the meal is no longer something I even worry about as the cost is always exorbitant).
After lunch, we went to the Nestle-Callier chocolate factory. The free chocolate samples at the end of the tour were fantastic, and designed to induce you to purchase in the store. By the time I got to the ...
... sitting enjoying the sun and eating strawberries before walking down and through the city again. Stopping at thc clocktower to catch the show, eat some ice cream and then catch the train to Neuchâtel.
Neuchâtel is a wonderful place, we walked straight down from the station and ended up in the park by the lake, this is apparently where all the students were :-)
Walking along the lake we came to a shopping mall where we went to COOP to buy some ...
... too much bread and cheese than life is easy. There aren't power outages, there aren't military coups, and there aren't slow and fantastic forms of public transport. (But to break one myth the trains don't always run on time - only 96% of it - my train was 5 minutes late this morning.) It is the epitome of comfort. The train stations all have heated waiting rooms. I almost feel like I have given up my traveling shoes by living ...