- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... its great but now and again it can be something you did not
really want! Thankfully todays was some big pot with everything you can imagine
in it but best of all was the great lumps of meat which i think were beef.
the rain now coming down in buckets I headed for the train station and boarded
a rather full shuttle train back to Tasch.
per always on these long biking adventures I am always prepared for any weather
and so I really was ...
... times. There are many ancient ruins in this tiny Roman town and we found most of them on our bikes. It was good to explore and surprisingly busy. I have been trying to post an ad on Gumtree to sell the beast for the last few days with much frustration as it won't post. I've finally found out that its from their end and they have technical issues so I've wasted a few hours writing the same advert out several times as there is no way to save it. Lucky I'm not on a tight ...
On Wednesday, September 9, we regretfully left Murren and, because the day was clear, decided to drive the long way around to Zermat, over the Grimsel pass and down the valley of the Valais. Before driving out of Lauterbrunnen, we stopped for bread, cheese and beverages, hoping to picnic in some spot with beautiful views. The day became colder as we drive up toward the pass and was very windy, but we did find a spot on the other side of ...
... the vans and drove to a train station where the vans were driven (with us inside) onto a car train ferry which travelled through a mountain to Tasch where we unloaded the vans, left them in a parking area and caught a train to Zermatt. Here a hotel porter stashed the bags into an electric car and we were able to walk to the hotel unencumbered to arrive at our incredible accommodation used by Captain's Choice Tours. The Chalet Hotel Shonegg is just beautiful. ...
... the fence and charged through the paddock. Where were you when she got back to the van? Sitting in the annexe doorway saying.... "I thought you'd got lost." And that giant, hairy, happy dog? Best mates. Walks together. Sleeping together. ( Bit of stress about whose bone was actually whose.) And weren't you the boss? He'd bowl you over in his enthusiasm and you would go after him with everything you had. " Don't do that!" "Sorry...." ...