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... is full of grand old buildings and seems really well kept.
Water fountains and flowers are everywhere but what made it so strange is that
there was not a single sign of human life to be seen. A few little cats and
chickens ran the streets. There appeared to be next to no shops or work places
etc. However I got the impression that everyone in this town worked in the
farming industry and liked animals such as horses and chickens etc.
I walked along the narrow ...
... clear skies and views of the mountain ranges from our terrace.
We left the next day on a route which Dominque suggested which led us through more beautiful green countryside through Gstaad and over Jaun pass on the way to Gruyere. There, we toured the medieval walled city and castle, and enjoyed Gruyere cheese dishes for lunch, then headed north above Bern to stay the night in the Solothurn region.
... the depths of winter. The original health resort still stands and now acts as the American international school - one of three international schools now in Leysin. We had a great time catching up with Julie Anne who also prepared lunch for us, certainly with a gap of 30 years there was plenty to talk about. Julie Anne took us back to Aigle as she had an appointment there and then it ...
... and quite bloated. So they took her back into surgery, fortunately without needing to do a general anesthesia. At this point I waited for a few hours waiting for the next steps. Belinda was out and in intermediate care and now holding Elliot. She was quite bloated and not feeling so well. In the end, it was a tough night for her as she continued to bloat with the pre-eclampsia.
As it was intermediate care, we couldn't hang around in the room. ...
... enough of it to go around. You would think one of the chocolatiers would use that opportunity to market their brand. Oh well.
Another way in which Switzerland varies from the US is that they let their dogs go virtually EVERYWHERE. I've seen them in hotels, restaurants, bars, buses and trains. I haven't seen any hotdogs however, but they are fond of sausages like their German neighbors. ...