We then went into town for groceries. While I was carefully putting fresh figs, plums, oranges and muesli in the basket a couple of tons of chocolate and ice cream fell in.
We took a look at the Montreux Old Town today. It is either uphill or downhill but we found it very interesting and very different from the Casino and the area alongside the lake.
At St. Vincent's, just above us, the organist was practicing Handel
There is a pleasant park around the church which affords good views over Montreux, vineyards and the lake.
|I found the Rochers de Naye rack railway station in upper Montreux|
|The train with its two wagons for bicycles trundled on down into the tunnel which will ring it into the main station in Montreux|
The back streets were pleasant but could be tiring as there is no flat land at all.
|Believe it or not this is a public toilet, built into the side of a hill.|
We had a snack at Zurchers. It was expensive and the service was appalling.
Dinner tonight was fondu moitie et moitie at Le Panorama restaurant on the lakeside.