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The first train took us around Lake Geneva, the next high into the Alps. There we found the delightful village of Château-d'Oex basking in the spring sunshine. Château-d'Oex and the Hotel de ville served as home-base for our first 2 nights of exploring the Alps.
The first afternoon we explored the village and had …
Stop in Berne, the capital city of Switzerland en route to Lake Genève. Visit the town of Montreux, famous for its Jazz Festival, before enjoying a lakeside drive to Evian les Bains on the southern slopes of Lake Genève. Departed Zurich at 9am to head to Bern. We had no preconceived ideas on what Bern would like, but when we drove into Bern, it is just jaw droppingly beautiful. No words could explain how beautiful this place is. Have a look at ...
... a family
was there to witness it, so not only did I have a very red face but my Canon
got dumped in sand too and I don’t think it’s very happy now.
As it was an unexpected visit to the coast and I realised I might not be seeing the Med for
a while I had a very pleasant swim and used the shower in the van for the very
first time. I had to carefully remove a Dragonfly that had got into the van by
catching it with my hat. It turned out to be a bit ...
... factory near Vevey in 1819. The great innovation was the development of smooth chocolate that could be formed into bars - instant worldwide STARDOM! In 1875, he decided to combine the chocolate with his neighbours (Henri NestlÃ©') milk to make - you guessed it…milk chocolate. in 1929, Nestle purchased a large share of Cailler and the two companies are now combined.
…that's awesome…!…..the Cailler factory also has free ...
... to make our way towards the cathedral, winding down around the streets, it started to get a lot more crowded. We found a good spot in front of the cathedral to wait so we could see the parade and then watch St. Nicholas speak to the children from the top outdoor balcony of the cathedral.
We heard the drums of the procession and saw torches from a distant. It was difficult to see because of ...