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Had a lazy morning and headed to Caz and Robs 320 kms away. The trip was easily the most Scenic trip. The iPhone thought it would be fun to take us over the top of the mountain on pass called The Spluggen Pass. The roads were narrow, twisty and steep. To top it off we discovered a low tunnel that said 2.2 m half way up a steep road!!! Help!!! We had to get out and generally panic!! Luckily ...
... updating this lot.
The hotel is way up high, very picturesque, and it's a sort of cabin style.
It lovely tho and you are in the neighbourhood, definitely worth a visit.
Breakfast was great, and the people really friendly. One fella, it seems all the locals use this for morning coffee break, asked me how you say bon appetite in English and all I could think was, Enjoy.
Now off to see an absent mighty four.
Wanted to stop but, the only car park was full, the one street already had four motorbikes parked outside the only pub, and the McDonalds seat was taken, and the local hooker had already pulled the mayor!
Obviously all thats a joke, but I did get through it quite quickly, and wanted to find somewhere to stay.
... queues at the Auguille du Midi. Phillip decided he didn't want to view the great heights of the mountain so I went alone, although I wasn't really alone because each gondola holds about 60 people. So up we went from about 1,000 metres at Chamonix to 3,842m. I know from my experiences in Peru last year that I'm not great at altitude so I wasn't surprised to feel really woozy and short of breath up there but it was really worth it. The views ...
... all the way to Dijon.
On entering Dijon I gave looking around for the Mustard factory a miss. 11 hours had turned in nearly 13 hours. Enough of that.
The moment you cross the border of Switzerland everything changes. Only 500 meters inside the country i entered a town called Le Locle with a most beautiful Town Hall which made me stop and turn back to have a look at it. The main street has those typical Swiss style ...