Hotel de Famille
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... however they really don't do Bern any justice. We were wishing we had of stayed here overnight rather than Zurich... Lunch time stop is at the picturesque town of Montreux. Yes another 'jaw droppingly' stunning place. I think I will be using that description quite a bit during this tour! Montreux is situated on the shores of Lake Genève and wow! Photos are attached and these are only on the shoreline as we only had an hour and a half. ...
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 ...
... it is truly a stunning location: right on the lake, backing to foothills to the Alps with high Alps visible across the lake. The climate is pleasant as well so it is a wealthy area, since most people would love to live here, and demand for housing is high. Several famous people made it a home or stayed for long periods, including Jean-Jacques Rousseau (who set part of his most famous novel Julie in the Montreux area), ...
Today we were bound for a place called Vevey next to Lake Geneva, a pretty town known for where Charlie Chaplin lived in his later life. It was still raining but we didn't mind as the Tillbrook family were flying over from the UK to see us for the weekend, even Chris my brother was able to make it. Pierre, a family friend who lives in Vevey ever so kindly invited us all to his family's home for the reunion. After meeting up with the family in town square we ...
... way, between the vines. Very romantic if not for Rob. Some more nice photos though. On our way back to Rivaz we passed by the little wine bar, offering a wine degustation menu of local wines. As it would be rude to pass up - and it would be closed the following day - we made our way in and sat out in the small windowed conservatory overlooking the vines. We tried a few surprisingly good reds and spoke to the owner. He told us that the wine making region ...