Montreux Indians

by Attila Bekker December. 02, 2007 853 views

I tried the other path to Montreux, it is longer, less steep, and leads through a beautiful part of the old town.
The Christmas market was full on, thousands of people, mostly tourists, it took 15 minutes to walk 50 meters between the stands. I was in no rush, and enjoyed it very much, but I decided to eat somewhere else, because it was just too crowded for that. There is also a Finnish restaurant in the middle of the market place, with stuffed reindeer outside, and various dishes made of reindeer and salmon inside. Of course there is vodka as well.
To have another musical experience, there was a trio of native Americans in full costume and with their faces painted, playing flutes right next to the Freddie Mercury statue by the lake. I suppose good ol' Freddie liked it.

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