Hotel De La Gare & Du Parc
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... who made the route, put in some climbs just to challenge us. Don't get me wrong they have done an amazing job, the signs are usually very well placed on turns etc, and usually easy to see. Sometimes we think their last 5 kms into our destinations feel like 10, but that might be just because we're tired. After having a hot shower and doing the mandatory washing we headed off to explore MONTBELIARD. Once again the centre of town is a mall, and the only vehicles allowed down ...
We profited from a first very nice and warm spring weekend here in Switzerland and decided to check out the remote Jura region of Switzerland.
After a two hour train and bus ride we arrived at the the beautiful lake "Etang de la Gručre" which was man-made in the 17th century to run a mill. The surface was crystal clear and we enjoyed the mirror like reflection.
After having surrounded the lake we continued our hike across deserted cow ...
... in Switzerlsnd at an ancient Roman site. Augusta Raurica was the name. This German town was called Augusta after the site. It was amazing the earliest archaeological traces found date from around 15BC! So of course Mark was in his element. We then pushed on to a little village just over the border called Kenzingen. At the border we were waved through!! We were quite amazed. At the Swiss border they ...
... which is a limestone mountain
on the outskirts of Solothurn. The view from the top looks South towards the
Alps and in the distance we could make out the mountains of the Eiger and the
Jungfrau amongst others. The road to the top was very narrow and steep and on
the way down we were stuck in first gear to avoid having the camper run away
down the hill.
From here ...
... it being beautiful! That evening Mike and I did the Christmas Eve mass thing at the Berne Cathedral. Considering it was a Lutheran service and all in German...it was the nicest service I've ever been too! The majority of the service was the "kinderchoir" performing a nativity pageant but it was amazing...between the singing, the music and the lighting it was a very inspiring experience. They even fired up the BIG organ at the back of ...