Tralala Hotel Montreux
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Time to move again, so we packed up camp and left Martigny
for Sion whereafter finding parking at the station we caught a bus up the
mountain to visit the Pyramids De Euseigne. The bus dropped us in the town of
Euseigne and we walked back along the road to view the Pyramids.
The Pyramids are difficult to describe as they are really
one of the most unusual natural formations that I have ever seen. These
formations were formed when a glacier split into two ...
Got away in good time for the drive to Geneva. Or so we thought. Wonky GPS and a few questionable turns in Lausanne turned a transit from 10 minutes into an hour. Getting seriously worried about getting to the airport too late. Able to make good time on the expressway to Geneva. Then missed a turn in the airport and ended up far away from Short-term Parking. Left the luggage in the car and hastened to Terminal. 1 Arrivals. ...
... moved off ahead of us but stopped after a short distance. Our path took us generally down along the spine of a giant ridge. It ran through a larch forest. About 100' tall. They blocked out the sun. It took about an hour to reach a picnic spot with a nice view. Muddy in places. Lunched on a picnic table made out of one log over ...
... it was a little funny for the first 15 minutes as this was the first time he had driven on the right side of the road. It was a bit strange being in the passenger seat which would usually be the drivers seat back home! But in total, Marc only got beeped once (when he had to make a turn but didn’t indicate) and high beamed 2-3 times on the motorway as the Swiss love to speed it seemed!
Before getting into Montreux, we decided to make our way to Zermatt which was a ...
... was some unflattering graffiti on walls in the town. In all honesty, the place isn't ideal for a rest day as there are some steep inclines to deal with to visit the Protestant Cathedral - protestantism is the major Christian tradition in th is Canton - and other old town sites.
I say that I'm glad to have the guides, yet they contain information about the upcoming climb through the Alps that has triggered fears about how my vertigo problems will be managed as I make my way ...