Swiss Sunday is here again. Still no free Toblerone from the Swiss Tourist Board – maybe one day.

My partner was super organised. She would book the trip so many months ahead. She would even find my passport with months to go – not sure she appreciated my just looking for the passport minutes before the taxi arrived strategy. However one of her first tasks would always be to book the hotel room. Always the same room. Why?

Every morning opening up the the curtains and this is the view you are greeted with. Get the coffee fix and sit on the balcony and drink this in. It’s truly glorious.

It always made me smile that because of the wonders of Switzerland’s Transport system you could finish your room coffee and hour later you can be sat at the restaurant on top of that mountain having your next drink. In the UK that trip would take days.

Then you could spice things up and look in the other direction.

Simply stunning.

43 thoughts on “Drink it in

  1. Absolutely beautiful ! Of course she planned this trip well in advance to get this view.

    Wonderful to read in the post today by “Paridevita – The Miserable Gardener” that he at last has someone else to share his life with, ten years after his wife died of cancer. Photo included.

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      1. I’ll inform you if there is any develpoment…

        …meantime keep an eye out for Toblerones in the letterbox – don’t let Captain Chaos get to them first!

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  2. It sounds lovely – being way across the ocean I may never see it, so thank you!

    Because I love this blog and because you bring so much light to my world I have nominated you for the Sunshine Bloggers Award see https://chopkins2x3.wordpress.com/2019/06/02/sunshine-bloggers-award/
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