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... kilometres to my west I decided to
take the long route and go for a visit to Lauterbrunnen first.
the time I was ready to get going the rain had stopped and most of the cloud
had moved away leaving a wonderful blue sky.
headed off down the twisty road from Zermatt and finally joined the main no 19
road west. This road runs along a massive river valley with mighty high
mountains on both sides. A magical scenic railway makes its way along the ...
... for night’s lodging at a wonderful Italian hotel just outside of town with a great view of the mountains.
Serious rain finally arrived the next morning and the decision was made to abandon a planned trip to Chamonix, given the cloud cover around Mount Blanc. By the time we climbed to the top of the Grand St. Bernard pass and the Swiss border, visibility was nearly zero, and the rains were compounded by winds. After a stop to warm our ...
... the sticker. Bit of a bummer since you had to purchase a yearly pass (around $60) which seemed odd since we were only in Switzerland for 5 days?!
Anyway all was good and we continued on, now enjoying magnificent views of nearby snow covered mountains. We arrived in Chexbres at around 11.30. This is a really cute wine producing village on the shores of Lake Geneva. Early check in was not possible so we went to check out ...
... but apparently climbing over them alone and ill-equipped a few hundred years ago was perfectly normal. Health and safety has certainly gone too far, but we can thank them for stopping the need to be rescued by brandy-toting dogs. - riding the train du chocolat, featuring a trip to Gruyeres and the gruyere cheese factory and going to the Caillier chocolate factory. All very nice and interesting and scenic, but their were 2 highlights: 1) the Caillier tasting room. All ...
... from the Abbey she was staying in in Tuscany so re routed her return through Geneva and managed to catchup with Rick's parents who arrived on July 1 via London. Alister had managed to misplace his MacBook in the rental car so David has been enlisted in to locating it via the 'cloud'. A friend in the UK is also trying to make contact with Hertz who seem to be a rather unhelpful company for follow ...