Hotel Krafft am Rhein
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... factory where we bought lots of biscuits. On the way home Ursula picked up a platter of hams. At Peter's we met Pascal and his girlfriend Annabelle. Aperitifs and nibbles on the balcony. For dinner we had the Ham, plus cheese, salads, Zopf, raspberry mousse etc... To much to ...
... varieties of local mushrooms up for sale. From here we set off up the
bank of the Aare River towards Biel on the bank of Lake Bieler.
Not to be, we got as far as Grenchen before Corinne’s bike
got a puncture. After a bit of research, also known as “asking the locals”, we
found two bicycle shops that were both closed. One because it was Wednesday and
the other ...
... old part” of the town, which boasts
cobbled streets, old houses with colorful murals, lots of fountains, statues
and a huge cathedral.
After looking around the old town we set off to the Verena
Schlucht, which is a natural gorge that flows through part of the town. A small
stream flows along the bottom of the gorge and all along the path there ...
What summer? Since arriving in Zurich on a cool wet morning, the summer should have been renamed early spring. The temperature rarely climb over 22*, the showers are frequent and the sky mostly cloudy with occasional fog.
The day after my arrival, I went to Lausanne by train to pick up my BMW from my nephew's garage. After installing the battery and removing the cob webs from the engine, the bike started first go! Music to my ears!
... water was so very clear, and the swans knew they were gorgeous.
We had time for coffee and a slab of chocolate before boarding the next ferry for Vitznau. We could see Mt Pilatus emerging through the haze. There was so much beauty all around, natural and manmade. We were like clowns at the show, mouths open, heads turning, admiring the views from both sides of the ferry.
At Vitznau we got onto the cog railway which took us to Rigi ...