Stunning weather, Wonderful view through the morning dew down to the city. It has almost something apocalyptic to look at the city so quietly lit by the sun in the morning mist. Had I not been observed at breakfast, I would have guessed I was the last person on earth. Continue to Basel!
The Rhine Falls! When you're downstairs, you can not tell if it's impressive or terrifying. The noise of the water is deafening, and the falling masses of water seem so powerful that they could easily destroy everything. It has something magical to stand at the bottom and feel the mass of water in the form of a fine water mist on the skin.
The small town in Switzerland near the German border is probably one of the oldest cities in Europe. The old buildings with their paintings are more than impressive. The small little houses here and there invite you to take a look in the tiny windows. It is amazingly quiet here. But probably it's the weather. I eat something and then head northwest ;-)
After driving through the rain for 3 hours today and unfortunately not enjoying the ride since the fall of the Rhine, I arrived at a farm near Aarau, pitched up my tent and enjoyed my warm sleeping bag after a modest dinner. Good night together