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Another gorgeous, sunny day in Switzerland was spent meandering around Basel. This is the city where we will depart for our riverboat cruise along the Rhine on Monday. But before we head to the ship, we make sure that we get our fill of medieval buildings and the Swiss/French atmosphere! Basel is the 3rd largest city in Switzerland and home to most …
We arrived early in London where we had a two hour layover, which turned into three hours (our first glitch of the trip) because of a delayed flight crew. As a result we arrived 1 hour late in Basel, Switzerland. The second glitch was the car I had arranged to take us from the airport to the hotel was a no-show so we improvised and simply took a …
It rained in the night and we woke to the clouds low on the mountain. Anita had an early hair appointment so she gave us a lift to the thermal baths in the town. They were not open until 9oc, so we went for a walk in the rain. Had to sit in a coffee shop for a while. The thermal baths were very smart. There was an Indooroopilly and one outside steaming in the cool rainy conditions. The outside pool had a series of water-jets targeting different parts of the body, so ...
... back to the house for some bread and cheese--the Germans seem to live on bread and not much fruit and veg ! Later on Anita took us in the car to a local beauty spot, very popular with the locals. It was at Monchatal, and was a walk along a wooded valley. The dog loved the water and she paddled whenever she could. We had the pizzas for dinner and retired for an early ...
... turned towards Oldenburg as Gabi wanted a swim in the lake there. It was her home town. We all had a swim in the lake and Christina made a coffee for us on their little cooker. After another two hours we made it to Bad Liebenzell, at Anita's house way up above the town. It is a lovely wooden house with a huge wild garden and a shaggy bearded collie called Dala. Anita does not speak any English and we sat round with glasses of water, until, at 9oc, I said to Lilli "does she ...