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Kaffe creme, Rivella, soup, salad, dessert and people watching.
Absolutely relaxing and enjoyable.
Fritz popped over too.
T and I headed off to stop for a few more items at train station Coop then home to prepare food.
Fritz and Noemi stayed, would return later on for dinner.
Dinner: g'schwelti (in Swiss-German)
G'schwelti was the first meal T had made for me.
It is ...
... which only happen every three years..the Zuri-fest...which includes activities sporatic throughout three days, food kiosks, fireworks and when the day turns to night..a massive street party..outdoor concerts and venues with all kinds of music..dance, hip hop, 80s..you name it! So cool! The second festival, was the Rapperswil festival....now Rapperswil is a small city, but the fireworks at the event were the absolute best that I have ...
... Germany at the Nieuhaus check point, as we move into Switzerland. The mountains are getting higher, but still are as green as green. Our next objective is the dramatic Rhine Falls at Schaffhausen, which is the largest waterfall in Europe. The Rhine Falls is a picturesque setting & obviously a top tourist spot as the place was packed with tourists. They have boat rides over to the misty falls, just like at Niagra.
After a 30 minute photo stop we proceed ...
... to the same place we parked last time and spent our first night in the camper in a residential/semi-industrial street. The next morning we headed into the centre of Epernay on foot to watch the riders sign-on and have a look around the town. There were plenty of other Aussies in the crowd and I got a possie close to the sign-on area to see the riders up close. After the peleton had headed out of town we headed for the Avenue de ...
... oh and we traveled through the second longest tunnel in the world to get here, 17 km. After checking in and cleaning up, we were off for our Swiss folklore night in lucern, complete with yodeling and fondue! I had a blast! One of the guys tried to get me on stage, but I wouldn't yodel on stage :). In the morning we go back into lucern for a little site seeing and a river cruise, then drive to Paris in the afternoon (long one), and a cabaret show that night! Love & miss! ...