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... why I hadn't bought 6...
Back on the road, through the lakeside townside on the French side of Lake Geneva and we arrived into Switzerland, two border guards with guns looked at us and then let us through. We continued up the road toward Gruyeres (more cheese) and set GPS lady to skip the toll ways - weren't that keen on purchasing a Vignette.... But after only 5 kilometers she put us on the motorway.... F#&K. Off at the first exit, ...
... pink, with a very short excursion on the pink-dashed (it was to narrow and slippery). Bottom line, we ended at the place we planned on, so it was successful.
While we did well in finding the trail, it didn't mean we didn't have issues. Due to our long hike down last night, our legs were really sore and my surgically repaired knee was acting up. Since we are going to be on a bike for 6 days, I don't want to have knee ...
... perfectly between the Alps. The view was like something straight from a postcard.
We hopped off the bus and of course - I slipped as I was wearing my Converse with little to no grip I slipped on the icy pavement.
The first thing I heard as the crowds disappeared was the sound of a waterfall - although I couldn't see anything because it was already dark. The sound was so peaceful and serene.
Unpacked at our cabin - which honestly ; so small I have no idea how ...
... PLACES WE ATE:
Hotel Silberhorn several times. Lunch--pork sausage with onion gravy; great french fries.
Dinner twice: Schnitzel with fries & Rosti with pears, tomatoes, raclette cheese, which was too rich; could only eat half. Spagetti bolognese (just ok)
(TIP: make reservations for dinner)
... huge rock faces on either side of the valley path. We walked passed a few farms with cows grazing in the pastures. I guess Swiss cows have such a lovely view that they don't tend to want to leave because each pasture only had one perhaps two barbed wire and/or electric line. A few farmhouses had signs that showed they welcomed visitors or offered self service fromage (cheese). Along the way we came upon a bull who watched us walk towards him for a good ...