Matterhorn Valley Appartement Hotel des Alpes
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... sun went behind the mountains).
Doug and I had never been to Switzerland in winter before, but had been dreamin' of a white Swiss Christmas for many years. With Dann and Susan Boeschen's endorsement, we headed to Murren, now one of our favorite spots on the planet. It's the perfect mix of a traditional Swiss village and ski town without much fanfare or glitz. Add in a little James Bond and Clint Eastwood (The Eiger Sanction), and ...
... climbing right to the base of the falls. This looked mad so I had to go up. It was bloody steep and I almost died of cardiac arrest but I made it.. Wasn't too bad but I was sweating like a ****** on a rape charge. Cruised back after that and dropped the bike off after about 3 and a half hours. Did some shopping at the local supermarket and got some beers and dinner. Sweet ...
... and new.
The 3 things we'd planned to see were literally on the same street as one another, giving us plenty of time for a much needed hot chocolate treat afterwards. We saw a large colourful clock, which were still unsure of its purpose, but it was pretty all the same. The ogre statue that Ness' book had described was rather disappointing though and much smaller than we'd imagined. We were hoping for one big enough that we were allowed to climb on, and all sorts. We ...
... br> 9/12
Waited all morning for it to stop raining. When it turned to just a drizzle after lunch, we walked down through Lauterbrunnen. Such a beautiful town--Staubbach Falls, the Weisse Lütschine River, church, and views of the mountains surrounding the valley. Caught the bus that runs down the valley ...
... Awesome! We rushed our clothes on and had a very good complimentary (LOL) breakfast with delicious bircher muesli, fresh pineapple and rockmelon, fresh light brown seeded bread (which was crusty outside and soft inside), a selection of 3 hams, salami and mortadella, and 4 delicious cheeses including a Comte, gruyere, raclette, and soft herb goat or sheep. NOM, NOM. Of course there were cereals, jams and spreads, scrambled eggs (I just can't eat hotel eggs they ...