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You are in Leysin and it’s pouring down with rain? Here’s what you can (and should!) do. The chèvrerie de Leysin is situated 25 minutes walking outside of Leysin (direction Aigle, alternatively 10 minutes by bus, stop: en Crettaz, or by car). Continue reading “Chèvrerie de Leysin”
Fancy a ski trip or a cosy getaway in one of the most beautiful settings in Switzerland? Consider a trip to Zermatt.
Continue reading “Guide to Zermatt”
Three years after my first visit to Vals (read here: Food and Hiking in Switzerland), I returned to this typical village in Grisons, but this time in winter. Continue reading “Brücke 49 Vals”
After having spent one week in the Swedish countryside, coming back to a big city came a bit as a shock. I have heart many great things about Stockholm, so I raised the bar pretty high. Which may be why I was a bit disappointed.
Continue reading “Sweden Part 3: Stockholm”
Lake Vänern is the largest lake in Sweden (and apparently in the European Union) with and area of 5,655 square km, thus more than twice the size of the whole country of Luxembourg!
Continue reading “Sweden Part 2: Lake Vänern”
When deciding where to spend this year’s summer holidays and longing for some quiet nature space while avoiding too much heat and sun, we quickly settled on Sweden. But where? Sweden is a huge country! Initially interested in going to the very north, I got a bit scared when I read about all the self-sufficiency techniques you should acquire. After all I am still an epicurean and do enjoy a chic hotel and a nice restaurant. Continue reading “Sweden Part 1 : the West Coast”
I have recently been to Copenhagen and here are a few culinary tips, not to be missed if visiting the Danish city. Continue reading “Copenhagen Picks”
Are you looking for a nice weekend trip in France? Continue reading “Weekend en Normandie”