I discovered Glion around 2011. Already a regular day visitor to Montreux, some Australian friends staying in the Majestic Hotel coaxed me into walking a bit further along the lake. On the search for a lunch spot, we ventured upwards from the lake at Territet, after Montreux, to find a tiny funicular station hiding behind an Anglican church.

We immediately jumped on the next cabin up the hillside and discovered Glion at the top. We ate lunch at the Buffet de la Gare while gawping at the breathtaking views. I have been going since, eyes ever wider. As an aside, in the modest cemetery next to the Anglican church we discovered the modest graves of Henri Nestlé and his family. He had also donated a permanently running drinking fountain up at Glion.

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