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... a mountain in the Lucern area, we took a vinicular (the steepest cogwheel track in the world, for every meter forward you go 48cm's up) up to the summit which is around 7000 ft. At the summit there was a restaurant, lookout points and walking tracks, with a stunning panoramic view over the surrounding mountains and valley. After we looked around for a couple of hours ...
... and uncles for dinner, where we had a beautiful fondue dinner, with a big pot of melted Swiss cheese & bread to dip in it yummy! Diana's family were so lovely, we had such a fun night with them & they were so generous to us. Before we left we were loaded up with lots of Swiss chocolate & Swiss Army knives each! Hopefully we will see them again before we leave ...
... out together a box full of Swiss treats for us, yum we are so spoilt! We then filled the box with the kiwi treats we had brought for her, we thought we would be leaving some weight from our suitcases here, but it looks like Diana has replaced it for us, o what a shame! We put together a salad & heated some spring rolls for dinner in time for Diana getting home, & then have spent the night, chatting and catching ...
The distance between Allevard in France to the Swiss border is a mere 130 km. or 1:30hr. on the motorway, however, I chose the narrow winding roads leading to the mountain pass "Col du Frêne" at 950m altitude and descending to the pretty City center of Annecy then Geneva. About the same distance but double the time to get there.
Back to Etagnière near Lausanne for a few days and a visit to ...
... but we do not need
the room as we do travel very light!!!! We
dropped off the cases and set off to discover Basel and hopefully we will see
all the touristy spots without too much difficulty.
We found the River Rhein (that’s how
they spell it here) and then a local told us which direction Germany and France
was from our spot on the banks. Quite
amazing scenery, different ...