Top: The restaurant where we had a most excellent Swiss fondue. Miss kenju had eaten here with her sister and nephews five years ago and liked it, so we had lunch before boarding the train for Paris. Most of the cafes here had outdoor facilities also, minus the umbrellas so common in Italy. The day was somewhat dreary, so we ate inside. The fondues were served in small "hibachi" type pots, and we were offered bite-sized pieces of good bread and small cooked potatoes to dip into the cheese. It was very good.
The second photo is a close up of the cow, whose head you can see on the left wall of the first pic. The cow is painted with scenes of Zurich.
Third: another of the charming scenes that met us at every turn.
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