27 March 2013
If you imagine in your mind a small Alpine village, I would guess that it would look much like the medieval town of Gruyères, about 30 miles from Fribourg. It is also the town from which gruyère cheese--that perfect ingredient for the most Swiss of dishes, fondue--gets its name. I went on an absolutely perfect day--still a bit of the winter cold, but by no means freezing.
It has a lovely little village church off the main square. Like all Swiss churches, it is immaculately clean and well ordered. Climbing up the hill, it has some incredible overlooks of valley and the Alpine mountains in the distance.
Here are a few of the pictures from Gruyères: