Alpe Fleurie Hotel & Residence
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... 8220;flows” and left
a band of debris standing which subsequently eroded to leave the formation that
is seen today. One of the most remarkably things about the Pyramids are the
giant rocks balanced precariously on top of the pillars.
From here we planned to walk around the mountain to the town
of Veyzonnaz where we would catch a bus back to Sion, as in a relaxing day. So
off we set, the route proved to be very steep up and very scenic with an
... the Arrivals office. The lineup took 30 minutes. Beth left the area and found our driver. When I finally emerged, he drove us to the apartment (over an hour). Rosella was waiting to us and led us up 100 steps to the apartment. At 1 am, we were pooped and fell into bed. Apt is on the top floor ... Sloping ceiling. I bumped my head several times before we flopped into bed. Lufthansa offers web page that shows the status of lost ...
... moved off ahead of us but stopped after a short distance. Our path took us generally down along the spine of a giant ridge. It ran through a larch forest. About 100' tall. They blocked out the sun. It took about an hour to reach a picnic spot with a nice view. Muddy in places. Lunched on a picnic table made out of one log over ...
The days went fast and unsurprising the rest of my time in Lyon. Finally I stayed one more day than planned to be better prepared to start my way to the mountains. I found out I have way less time than I expected to have to dedicate to Internet, blogging, writing, reading or researching about my next destination. In sum, less time than expected to spend in front of my phone or a computer when there is ...
... they ask you not to!), smell (a heady mix of perfumed plants and other pungent smells, including a chocolate daisy) and hearing (a splashing fountain in an enclosure with birds cooing). These were all divided into a sort of labyrinth by espaliered apple varieties. As well there were alpine plants and a peaceful cloister garden. Unbelievable. Best of all, every single plant was clearly labelled, so I learnt so much. There were benches ...