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We had a sleep in, and a quite morning again this morning. Then when we went to go out we realised the keys to Diana's garage, in her apartment building, were locked in her car, in the garage! It took a good half hour before someone finally went into the garage and we were able to get in, woops! We were on the road by about 12 and headed to Mt Pilatus for the afternoon. ...
... are blended to make the chocolate. The chocolate tour finished with the most amazing tasting area that was like a sushi train but with chocolate on it and a chocolate fountain at either end! After we went back to chill out at Diana's and recover from eating too much chocolate, for the afternoon, it was great to have an easy afternoon just relaxing! Tonight we went went to ...
We had an early start this morning to catch a ferry from Lido to get to the train station in time. We left the accommodation at 7am and had to take a ferry a bus and then 3 trains to get to Aarau, in Switzerland, just after 5pm. Diana was still at work so she organised for her lovely Aunty Sonja to pick us up from the train station, and take us to get settled in at Diana's apartment. We got an awesome surprise to find ...
... time to return to Dornach via the twisty roads of Col de la Croix and Col des Mosses.
Descending from the mountain pass, I noticed a brownish substance on the bitumen becoming more dense the further I went. I got my answer a few km later when I caught up with hundreds of cows returning down the valley from the Alps for the winter months. It was quite colourful with the cows decorated with ...
... for dinner - very nice too!! After dinner another little stroll then back
on the “jar of jam” and home for a good night’s rest before setting off to
It is quite remarkable that Basel
has three main train stations, the Swiss and the French at the same location
and a German one a few hundred meters away.
Needless to say tomorrow we depart from the French one.