Astra Hotel Vevey
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... even a thought. I was expecting them to charge about two hundred Swiss
Franks just like UK would.
bought and i am waved round with all the cars ahead. While the cars drive onto
the waiting trucks i am instructed to park my bike in the rear van and make
sure it is secure.
enough I do that and within minutes we are off. I am the only biker on the
train and have a whole coach to myself.
train sure got a move on and ...
... 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.
This morning I woke up happy to find that the known universe was still in existence. I left the hotel at 9:00 to start the drive north to the Diesse Plain above the Bielersee and Biel/Bienne. I drove up the Jura for a quick look around and a photo before arriving at Mr. Giauque's house. He had me park upstairs in the barn in the backside of the house. I first came to this house in the summer of 1982 as a college student who ...
We were up with sparrows thus morning at 5:30. Our suitcases were packed, identified, breakfast eaten by John, then we boarded the bus and we were off. The bus trip was not fun. We drove from 8am till after 6pm with four stops. However we did go to Switzerland and the scenery was lovely. We stopped at the Swiss / German border for a pit stop, at Grueyer for the lovely view over a lake and a pit stop. Next stop Vevey on the banks of Lake Geneva. Apparently Charlie Chaplan lived here. ...
Travel day again today. This meant another trip along the valley back to Visp, another train ride down the next valley and over to Lake Geneva. Our destination was Rivaz, a tiny wine-making village in the middle of the Swiss Riviera, with cobblestone paths and layered terraces absolutely full of grape vines, wine makers and wine cellars. It is just beautiful. We walked up the top of our town, took the views in and then headed off on a walk along the lake road to ...