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Last night at around 10.30 we were having some G&TS when we heard some loud popping sounds outside! We opened our shutters and were thrilled to see an amazing fireworks display literally over the road. We took some photos and were entertained for over 40 minutes. Sadly this morning when we were checking out, we found out we'd missed a free music festival :( We headed off towards the Swiss/ German border. ...
... was it amazing what all was done, but it provided us with a beautiful view of the valley and lakes connecting the area. Again, the weather was fantastic until we came home when it began to rain. Tonight Guy and Veronique treated us to an incredible dinner at a local restaurant...Mount Vully. The food was delicious, but the view of Lake Morat was amazing. This will be our last night in Switzerland and it was the perfect end to a perfect stay. Tomorrow...on to ...
... brought us to Creux du Van. It was incredible. The views of the three lakes in the area was a little fogged over, but the views were still spectacular. Part of the hike involved walking through fields where there were herds of Swiss cattle. Kelly warned us not to approach them...especially the ones with calves because they could become very "unmellow" and come after you. At one point ...
... even managed an afternoon sleep. Amazing.
In the late afternoon the sun finally showed itself, and we
braaied under the setting sun.
Cycling in Switzerland is fantastic. Almost everywhere you
go there are cycle paths and the way that other road users respect you is
nothing short of amazing, especially for us coming from South Africa. The paths
are well sign posted which certainly helps in areas where you can easily get
... the theme music in the gondolas, and there is a great 'behind the scenes' exhibition, including how you set off an avalanche without killing all your stunt men! George Lazenby apparently wept real tears when Diana Rigg was shot dead after their wedding, and they had to do a re- take! Although we ascended in clouds, it cleared at the top so we could see the peaks - Monch ...