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Today we left the buzz of the city and throngs of tourists behind and headed for the hills. Five hours later we settled in a lovely little town high in the alpine with a breathtaking view of the surrounding mountains and valley below. And yes, the water was ...
After a quite lovely night of quite reasonable weather - well above what we had been subjected to for the past week or so of camping - we rose to the start of a reasonable day! Showers each (the first hot shower that we actually had to pay for - although it was cheap) and then back to the tent for a coffee/tea and we were ready to begin the day. Not much longer and we had the whole kit and kaboodle packed up and in the red rocket. On the road, but only ...
It's time to say take a back seat Norway,Switzerland has quickly replaced you at the top of the ‘places I would love to live’ list. Wow-wee, boy-oh-boy. A land of ridiculous green-ness, breathtaking vistas, snow capped mountains, good-looking people and chocolate, chocolate, chocolate.
We were due to arrive in Switzerland after Albi, but a quaint French town on the banks of Lake Nantua (never knew this place ...
Rained all night but we set off for Vaduz, capital of Liechtenstein, in sunshine. Rained on and off most of the day, in between brilliant sunshine. Like being in a fairyland state! Buses are free today - National Day. Arrived in town, as they were setting up for the day. Streets closed and food stalls everywhere, starting to cook for this afternoon. Walked up to the castle, on a cliff overlooking town. ...
One of those small countries in Europe, like Luxembourg and Andorra, that no-one really knows exists let alone where? Sandwiched between Switzerland and Austria, using Swiss francs for currency and speaking a German dialect called Alemannic. The country is one of only two doubly landlocked countries in the world (the other is Uzbekistan) and is small - 161 square km, about 25 x 6 km. The richest country in Europe ...