Auberge Du Raisin
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Stop in Berne, the capital city of Switzerland en route to Lake Genève. Visit the town of Montreux, famous for its Jazz Festival, before enjoying a lakeside drive to Evian les Bains on the southern slopes of Lake Genève. Departed Zurich at 9am to head to Bern. We had no preconceived ideas on what Bern would like, but when we drove into Bern, it is just jaw droppingly beautiful. No words could explain how beautiful this place is. Have a look at ...
On our morn walk we ventured into the back streets where the real people live and discovered more hidden beauty. We walked into the town square past Louis Pasteur's home and college. We decided to have a picnic breakfast in a cute little spot once just outside the town limits, which we all enjoyed greatly. Today's diving has taken us through lush dairy farming country with very contented looking ladies, sunflowers fields with heads ...
Geneva done, we packed up and set off on the next leg of our
journey along the Northern shore of Lake Geneva to Cully which is a small town
famous for its vineyards. Here we stopped and took a walk through the wine
route which is situated on the lake shore on extremely steep land. The
vineyards are terraced and present a beautiful aspect in which to walk. The sky
... an attack. The final part of our tour took us through the weapons room to the top of the keep, the highest tower in the castle. The view of Lake Geneva from that vantage point was spectacular.
We had promised the kids that, no matter what, we would find time to visit a cheese factory and more importantly a chocolate factory during our visit to Fribourg. On our first rainy day, we headed over to the Gruyères region to visit the ...
Time to try an ATM. The good news was it worked. The bad news was that because it is Switzerland they think it useful to give 400SF out in 2 notes, each worth about £140. How am I going to go into a boulangerie and buy some breakfast with those? Or even a cafe. Anywhere that is going to accept them will be out of my budget. Despite there being places to buy food I couldn't buy anything. Managed on 2 mars bars until 8pm.