With regard to the Swiss weather. I would suggest you take light clothing
you can layer, with preferably a thermal set - long-sleeved top &tights,
which you can wear under other clothing and which will keep you warm,
as it could well be quite cold at night. Also, take a light plastic cape
with hood, after all, the better weather does not arrive in Europe until
the end of July/August. But I wouldn't worry so much, look at the good
side...you could spend the rainy days in some of the super cafe's, bistros,
musea, or shops. What better way than spending a rainy day, a book on
your lap, a glass of warming red wine and listening to the locals!
What a super travel group this is, I have learned so much since joining!
Thank you all. Regards,