Hotel Landgasthaus Bad Eptingen
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Mostly sunny day Traveled by train to Langenthal Lunch at a pizzeria, orders a small pizza which was big in size(wonder how big the large pizza would be! Leonie had a pasta dish, also rather large in size. Walked around in the township, then Peter & Ursula do riven as to ...
... a cycling show somewhere.
So we jumped on a train and headed back to Solothurn. By the
time we found the cycle shop in Solothurn it was also closed, this time for
lunch. We settled down for a drink before returning to get the puncture fixed.
After lunch at camp we decided to go for a swim in the
river. The water must be about 18 degrees, very refreshing.
... to various famous people from the town’s past. At the entrance to the
gorge, there lives a solitary monk who supposedly looks after the spirituality
of the area. A real fairy home.
From here Corinne took me to another part of town where her late
Grandparents used to live and showed me where she had crashed her tricycle when
she was a young child.
... was a 200km ride back to Basel to rejoin Christian and Françoise on their Ducati for a meeting on a rainy Sunday morning with the Swiss Ulysses Club. Don't ask me where we went...all I know is that we remained in the Swiss territory, climbing and descending so many narrow roads, dodging cars, coaches, cyclists, cows...you name it. We finally stopped for lunch somewhere in the canton of Jura.
After lunch, everyone dispersed and went ...
... Rigi is a group of peaks, and Rigi Kulm is the highest at 1,797m. This railway was the first cogwheel railway in Europe. It is electric now, but still uses the cogs as the track is so steep. The trip took about 30 minutes. It was very slow and in parts we could have touched the trees and tunnel walls. There was some mist, but we cleared it as we neared the summit.
The scenery was stunning. Some hills seemed almost vertical, yet there were ...