<<"Both were very nice, small towns/villages and this is what we were looking for and enjoyed the most.">>
Glad to here it.
I prefer to stay in those smaller towns, vs. the cities.
With the map and the turntable, plus dta from My Switzerland, you can find such villages along your route in the next days. Nice thing about the trains... Hop off, hop on.
<<"Next, we have one day at Zermantt on 19-Nov. So, we do not have muchchoice, I guess. We may go to Matterhorn. Is there is better 'Green'area that we can go to and return to Zermatt by evening?">>
You might enjoy Brig.
Or, if you have time, take a train up to Ausserberg and walk around. Caution - the village is on the side of the hill, and most of it is well above the train station.
<<""We will have two days (20,22) at Interlaken. One option would be to go to Jugfrau and Lucerne. Any other suggestions?">> Wengen is a nice village, and the walk along the floor of the Laterbrunnen Valley is pleasnt, with some spectacular waterfalls not far from Lauterbrunnen.
Mürren is nice, and many people ( with a copy of Rick Steve's guide book in their pocket) visit Gimmelwald, just below Mürren. The center of Thun is compact and attractive.
Most people go up to the jungfrau....where you will see plenty of snow. ;-).
.<<"On 23-24 we will be at Geneva. We will do the city tour. We may think of Lausanne for 22nd. Any other suggestions?">>
The smaller villages along the lake, such as Nyon, may appeal.
Take the lake boat to Yvoire: www.yvoire-france.com
The lake front and lakeside walk at Lausanne are attractive. Take the funicular down from the train station to Ouchy (by the lake.)
Further afield, the following small towns in the region are attractive, and might be considered alternatives to Lausanne, if you are tired of cities:
Gruyeres (full of tourists, but still nice), Murten, Avenches, Romont.