Hotel du Commerce
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... to be higher than last time and it appeared to be moving faster. James decided he would not take the plunge but vowed to the next time he was in Basel.
It was hot and we were thirsty. A nice cold beer from the Coop was in order. This Coop was more like a department store with groceries on the basement level. We picked up a few beverages and repaired to the main marktplatz where we had our lunch.
All watered and ...
... hats to look like the locals. Called in at the biggest cuckoo clock in the world. What a privilege. All day we headed through beautiful forest scenery, until we arrived at a little town called Todtnau. It was in a real mountain area, but we came here because of the bobsled run. 3.6 km of fun. Sadly we ended up standing in line for an hour and a half waiting for our turn, but it was ...
... had a creamy pie and a doner sandwich. Back at Isi's we packed up while Taylor had a little nap and we left Freiburg to travel to her parent's house in Ispringen. It was so nice to see Heidi and Wobu (actually Wolfgang). They have been so generous is letting us stay at their house, eat their food and use their internet. Taylor had to deal with a work problem so we waited to eat Vesper, a cold meal served later ...
This morning we caught the RailJet to Zurich, and it did go fast, up to 230 kph at one stage. We went through a lot of long tunnels. There were wildflowers on the embankments, and ripe wheat in the fields. We passed through Salzburg and Innsbruck, and some of the prettiest story book villages as we got closer to Switzerland.
There was light rain for most of the way, so there ...
... with Leandra's grandmother. We explored the town and said we are English journalists, because in a small town like this, you look really out of place with a camera around your neck, English coming out of your mouth and a fashion sense not from the 1990's. The cover story went well and it was super fun to do. We walked up and down through the town market, which was super cute and very photogenic. Went sunglasses shopping, and everyone knows how much fun that is. Too many photos ...