Helvetia Intergolf - Hotel & Apparthotel
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... and we eventually won back my soggy washing.
A productive day at work, got lots of my jobs crossed off the list-hurrah! Yummy staff dinner from the No 14 kitchen of creamy mushroom pasta-sounds a bit dull? it really wasn't!
Massaging my boss tomorrow, hope he still thinks I'm worth it!
Snow is coming down like snowbodies business. Getting a good base on the pistes. . .apparantly:)
... fig chutney and toasts and then-yes more!-honeycomb and apple parfait with apple sorbet. My goodness! The most incredible meal I've ever had. The chefs are outstanding. The service was smooth and charming, so impressed with the hosts.
After finishing our drinks in the lounge the team head out for a few drinks on the town. I'm entirely sure that Verbier nightlife is quite me. Very different to La Ros vibe of fun and friendly. I need to do a bit more expolring to find my fit I think.
... around drinking beer. I'm sure it would be a very interesting experience to stay at one of these, the only way in and out is a 30 min to 1 hr walk to town, totally surrounded by the Alps. We even saw a couple of little guesthouse/restaurants along the path. I have no idea how a place with no roads runs a restaurant, but they do. About half way to Gimmelwald, we decided to climb a "small" mountain named Bryndli that over looks the village and valley below. I guess our eyes were ...
... field of short green grass. Grant and I discuss the fact that the length of the field is about as long as the walk to school that we complain about at home. Funny.
We get to the waterfall and take pictures. This is the one that we thought we could see from our hotel. But it's not even close. As we walk, there are 3 more just like it, and none of them are visible from our hotel. We're still a very long way from Lauterbrunnen.
Up ahead we can see a ...
... Schilthorn, being roughly three times higher than Bussalp. Sitting at approximately three-thousand-five-hundred metres above sea level, the Jungfraujoch was the first of these great mountains we visited, and is among the highest points in all of Europe. After an ascent via cogwheel railway that takes you through the town of Wengen and a long stretch of tunnel carved through the mountain itself, we arrived light-headed to a dizzying altitude. Struggling to keep Rachael from ...