Our next stop was Geneva, Switzerland in August. It was kind of an impromptu trip...the main reason we went was to get Swiss army knives from Switzerland for my sister-in-law. :) But Switzerland was on our list, so it was a good excuse to check it off!
We drove down to Geneva in about 7 hours. Germany is nice that we don't have toll roads, but driving anywhere else, you pretty much run into needing Vignettes to be on the road. It's a pretty easy experience (just stop at a gas station close to the border and pay the fee to get a sticker to put on your windshield). Switzerland operates on a yearly vignette so the fee is pretty high. Other places like Austria and Czech Republic let you choose between weekly, monthly, or yearly fees.
Our fondue dinner was really good! It's a little different from the Melting Pot back home, as in Switzerland they only serve bread with the cheese (no veggies or apples), but the chocolate was as I expected...delicious! Side note: food in Switzerland is suuuuuuper expensive. We stopped at a Burger King on our drive down (in Switzerland), and spent $40USD for two burgers/fries/drinks!! Crazy!