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... one I would be walking passed a normal
living house and right next door would be what looked like a house but there
inside would be a horse or a family of chickens. It sure was a strange place to
be and I soon made it back to my hotel room.
is now way passed 1am and i have been looking at my map book and just realising
that I am taking things a little too far by heading south into France and so
have decided to start making my journey back to ...
... clear skies and views of the mountain ranges from our terrace.
We left the next day on a route which Dominque suggested which led us through more beautiful green countryside through Gstaad and over Jaun pass on the way to Gruyere. There, we toured the medieval walled city and castle, and enjoyed Gruyere cheese dishes for lunch, then headed north above Bern to stay the night in the Solothurn region.
... and now it is windy and we drove through heavy rain which was a novelty. We have just been told there is to be a big storm tonight. It has cooled down nicely which is great as after such a long day it will be nice to snuggle in to bed and sleep. 25th July 2015 A big electrical storm raged most of the night. Rumbling thunder that growled for five minutes at a time amongst the alps. Heavy rain pounded the beast and I tried to stay awake to watch the ...
... were closed. All of us were very much hungry and tired too. The lone option left from where we could get something to eat was vending machine. Shrinidhi and I decided to get something to eat for all of us. None of us had coins and machine can be used only with coins. Next we went in search of someone who could take the currency notes and give us coins in return. In the situation we were, even that task was tedious since everything was closed ...
... but we got a glimpse of St. Nicholas all dressed in white with a long white beard. It was definitely not Santa Claus but a figure that stood for something more holy. This procession dates back centuries and it was evident that we were apart of a very traditional Switzerland festival.
From that moment on, St. Nicholas went into the cathedral and then addressed the crowd of thousands from the ...