La Grande Maison de Chandolin
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... Even though there were a lot of not groomed pistes, the first day of skiing was enjoyable. The slopes weren't as great as it were in la Plagne or Sölden but it wasn't too bad either.
The second day however was a complete disaster. Somehow with the not-so-drastic snowfall most of the pistes were closed! You could see the ...
brings me delicious hot chocolate which revives me. We continue up the stairs
to the viewing platform and views are unbelievable and the sight will live with
us forever. Not nearly as cold as i thought it would be. Absolutely perfect
weather and we can see for 100's of klms. What a magical place this area was and we are
sorry to leave it and we set off at 6.30 am the
next morning in the ...
... difficulty finding the entry to Hertz and is once again holding up traffic. I kind of smirk in an embarrassed sort of way and sit down trying to make myself inconspicuous as he finally pulls into the parking area. His jaws are tight with frustration.
He hands over the keys and paper work for Bobba and i sign the new contract. Absolutely nothing extra to pay it is a relief to be walking towards a bigger car before Ashley arrives from the UK and when we ...
... by rich and creamy whipped cream swimming in loads of chocolate sauce. Yum, yum, yum!! We have never had such a good lunch. Talk about nutritious, AND delicious.
After that we continued down the mountain but it seemed easy with the sugar powering us along. We reached Champex and promptly got a room here at the Hotel de la glacier....another great day of hiking Swiss Alps.
Joe: what can I say more than she has done so eloquently? It was indeed a ...
... also the one that I felt most apprehensive about revisiting. Thirty years ago, this valley was untouched, unspoilt, unknown. I only knew about it because my uncle Heiri lives in Brig. Back then, there had been no tourist brochures advertising it, like there had been for the other two valleys. This time round, we had picked up a brochure from the tourist office in Brig and I was worried that commercialisation may have taken it over. My fears ...