Dorint Hotel An der Messe / Basel
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Arriving on 31st July, we had arrived in time to celebrate Switzerland's national day with fireworks over the river.
On the following day we toured the city, viewing the tripoint border between France and Germany before going to the Town Hall and finally a bonfire show in the park.
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... Günther (Beate's brother) who sadly passed away this January. He was a professional photographer who took amazing animal photos (http://www.fotocommunity.de/fotograf/g uenther-kessen/1481568). As it turns out Carnival is not just a big celebration in Brazil and Spain. It happens all over Europe at different times with slightly different traditions and names. Although we had just missed the celebrations in Freidburg (which includes something ...
... of Switzerland. After a gentle look around and some lunch (another lovely local soup with meat and vegetables) Joy - of all people!! - said she fancied going up the mountain by cable car. Now Joy is scared of heights, and these are pretty big mountains, but off we went. Two rather nervous cable car rides later, we were at the village of Murren, altitude some 5,600 feet and about half way to the summit of ...