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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... Here's another collage of the last month. We're heading to Aosta in the Italian Alps for 10 days then a couple of weeks in Val Ferret, Switzerland then loafing somewhere else in the mountains til the end of July. We'll be back in Fontainebleau for bouldering 28 July - 6 August. If anyone fancies joining us for any of this email me. We'd love to have camping buddies xx ...
We woke early in Zermatt to check out, take in one last look around the beautiful little town and jump about the famous Glacier Express train along UNESCO heritage railways to our final destination of St Moritz. Along the way there was endless picturesque scenery from snow capped mountains to summer green fields and typically Swiss towns all along the route. We arrived in St Moritz late in the afternoon and settled into our hostel for another relaxing ...
... back in time. The dominance of the mountains over this city was breathtaking. Hard to believe we're here in real time. We dined in the hotel restaurant in which the meal was poor as it was a set menu. But it's food & fills a hole. At least we're back into Euro territory with no more use for the expensive Swiss franc. Things are becoming cheaper. It was nearly 10pm before we retired to bed. Guten ...
... stores. Hoping to find an open supermarket I did a large loop of the town finding nothing, not even a petrol station. Fortunately tourist stores stock wine and chocolate and so I returned with these and a couple of gifts for my housemate who is heading to the wilds of Canada. The rest of the afternoon was spent quietly as I introduced mum to Hart of Dixie. We won't finish the series so I'll need to send her home with ...
... think fairly tolerant with pricing but this place is outrageously expensive. Maybe we are just doing badly against the Swiss Franc -- but it is enough for to encourage one to become a tea totaller but only then if you had brought your own teabags, which we had. And so you do feel rather like the captive tourist contributing significantly to the wealth of this 24x24 kilometre beautiful principality or at least to the lifestyle of the Prince who resides in the castle that towers above.