Friday morning was more of a catch-up-on-jet-lag and a late start.
Back down in Martigny the weather was not at all the beautiful sunny day of the day before (which had been predicted) so we drove again around to get the various views and more folklore in the Old Town as well as exploring the local cemetery before grabbing a bite to eat cafeteria style at one of my favorite places.
|Vineyards on the hillside|
|Sign on a restaurant in the "Bourg"|
|whimsical balconies again in the "Bourg"|
|details on a tombstone|
Then it was off to one of my favorite museums: The Giannada.
This time I concentrated more on the car museum bit as had already seen the current exhibition, but F took it all in.
|Horn on the Turicum|
|Shell gas pump|
|Ford Model T|
|Lizard on the huge crystal in the museum|
I also had to drop him at the Protestant temple for a look at the Erni windows then decided that I had to see the Catholic Chapel with the stained glass windows of Father Kim en Joong from Korea (when Leonard Giannada ordered the ones from Hans Erni for the Protestant Temple the city fathers wanted to know what he was going to do for the Catholics: this was his reply).
|The Catholic Chapel at La Batiaz|
It was rainy all day with snow down to around the 1’000 meter level so beautiful in the background.
|The main Catholic church in Martigny with snow on the hillsides|
|Up in the village of Les Marécottes is stuck|
|From out of the restaurant window|
|More of same|
With the clouds clearing in time for me to get a shot of Les Dents de Morcles, Fondue next door made a fitting dinner and end to the day.
|nothing like a fondue as winter reappears!|
|Les Dents de Morcle in the setting sun|