Travel tips for England
I'd just like to add something for you to think about - using the excellent train service in Switzerland and Germany. I don't know if you're from North America or not, but many of us Americans are not used to having this great option. Trains run frequently, are convenient to everywhere you'd be wanting to go, and are quite a lot of FUN. I've been to Switzerland around 16 times, rented a car twice, and regretted it both times.
The best places to stay don't even allow cars (the car-free villages of Wengen and Mürren in the Berner Oberland, to name two), and none of the mountaintops are accessible by car.
And of course the trains are more green, so you can be happy that you left the Alps as clean as they were when you arrived (hooray!).
If you would like to consider doing this, you can research the train routes through both countries at either one of these two sites
Again, if you would be interested in this, let us know, and we can help you find the best fares or rail pass.
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