Matterhorn Valley Appartement Hotel des Alpes
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Travel Blogs from Grächen
... her big Swissy dog, then wandered off to walk through the street market.
We're getting quite casual with our train travel and are managing time tables and switching platforms, etc. with grace and efficiency and feel pretty good about ourselves. So, with ease we lollied back on the train like we'd been doing it for years (well, I may have exaggerated, but we're getting better)
Upon arriving "home" ...
... of, and call it "sad" if you want but, can somebody fill me in on the AU BB shena****ns going on??) The showers at the site provide warm water which cost half a franc and lasted for four minutes. The machine ONLY took half franc coins, Ben and I only had 1 francs and ONE half franc!! As neither the bar, nor reception were open, Ben and I SHARED four minutes of warm water the first morning! ...
Our stay in Lucerne was brief, but the city truly captured our hearts. This WILL be a place we will return to. So, after another wonderful breakfast buffet full of Swiss goodies, we started our trek to Interlaken, Switzerland. On our walk back to the train station, we walked through a vibrant farmer's market and gave a "we'll be seeing you" wave to the nearby Chapel Bridge.
The train ride ...
... in the dark, where I could get their wifi and quickly downloaded e mails and answered a few before going back to a warm unit. The only company I had was a ginger cat and when I squatted down it jumped onto my lap with its cold paws. I will try and take a picture of it in the morning. After supper Daniella wanted to update all her Facebook and mail stuff so we did the same again. We were joined by the same cat. Wonder what tomorrow holds in ...
... and then continued on around the building stopping for more pictures every few steps. We had our sandwiches while admiring the view from the other side of the building, looking down over the valleys below and watching the tiny specks of people on the hiking trails snaking their way up and down. We then headed down the steps and along the ridge a short ways for a view back of the Piz Gloria and more incredible views all around us. While we were taking more pictures ...
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed