Ibis Basel Bahnhof
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... back down. It was only when we headed down that we found out that the track/rails were laid in 1887 and carriages were made in 1937 when the track was turned into electric. We got down around 5:45, then headed into Lucern for diner, Diana took us to an amazing Italian restaurant on the edge of the lake in town. It was quite a flash restaurant where they take your coats at ...
... 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 ...
The distance between Allevard in France to the Swiss border is a mere 130 km. or 1:30hr. on the motorway, however, I chose the narrow winding roads leading to the mountain pass "Col du Frêne" at 950m altitude and descending to the pretty City center of Annecy then Geneva. About the same distance but double the time to get there.
Back to Etagnière near Lausanne for a few days and a visit to ...
... but we do not need
the room as we do travel very light!!!! We
dropped off the cases and set off to discover Basel and hopefully we will see
all the touristy spots without too much difficulty.
We found the River Rhein (that’s how
they spell it here) and then a local told us which direction Germany and France
was from our spot on the banks. Quite
amazing scenery, different ...