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Today we left the buzz of the city and throngs of tourists behind and headed for the hills. Five hours later we settled in a lovely little town high in the alpine with a breathtaking view of the surrounding mountains and valley below. And yes, the water was ...
... of Lake Zurich. We went through some expensive neighbourhoods, full of very pretty, very expensive houses with great views of the lake. Then we were out into the countryside, with small farms, corn fields and some cows (Lindt cows). Our first stop - Rapperswil. A picturesque old town, also known as the city of roses. Perhaps due to the small walled rose gardens. We visited one of these such gardens, it was just like a normal small rose garden.... Up on the hill was a medieval ...
... kilometers to start, we found the church in Dangio and parked and waited for our contact. Carole soon arrived and we very soon found ourselves feeling like we had known her for years. Carole was my mother's (Kathy) best friend when she lived in Switzerland as a relatively young woman working as a Physiotherapist. Since Mum had passed away my sister had been in touch via letters, but she hadn't spoken to anyone else from the family. After being ...
... the way so our short drive took a lot longer. Thus, we spent the night in St Blaise, an hour from Berne. We did finally make it the Berne, considered a city but really just a mash up of medieval streets and lots of cellars. It was beautiful made more so appealing by the beach volleyball tournament in the middle of town. Einstein lived here, so we visited his house, learnt that he was actually as amazing as you imagine, and head back ...
... of fences or barriers I reached Andermatt at 7 pm.
I decided to push on and find a place to stay along the road running east. A sign with “Zimmer Frei 30 Francs” (about US$22). Greets me when I roll into a town called Muster. I park the bike and remove some gear and walk inside. The man behind the counter asked “Are you alone”. “Yes” I answered. Then he says: I only have a room for 4 people so ...