Auberge de Letraz
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It's been a hectic few days, getting ready for this trip, but finally I'm on my way! Pegasus Airlines cancelled my Istanbul to Konya flight and I didn't find out till late Sunday! Managed to rebook for the next morning (Wed) and find a room in the airport hotel. Now I'm on my way ...
... and train inside the mountains.....awesome. You can't travel to the top of the Matterhorn at 4450metres, a little high and a little steep except on foot and that might be a bit outside our skill level. However we trained it to the top of the Gornergrat, at 3350metres the mountain next door, and got an amazing view and then we set off for the walk down. We got down to Rifleberg, had lunch, then Maddi and I trained it to the next stop Rifflealp, the ...
... off day I put some more on hoping it would help. The next morning it still was probably me. I said to Phil this afternoon when Riley is napping I might have to go to the train station or Airport where we had heard were open on Sundays so maybe would be open today too. He suggested we all went. Since it wasn't very nice and Riley likes the train rides. So off we went. Timing of the trains to the airport was such that if we didn't go as soon as we got to the train station it would be ...
... Zealand movie from 2002. It tells the story of a Maori girl, Pa´kea, who wants to become the chief of her tribe. However, by tradition, this role is reserved for the first male boy in the chief’s family. But Pa´kea is an only-child. This movies shows the struggle of that girl to be accepted and through her story, the difficulties traditional tribe faces in the ‘modern’ world.
Rating: 4/5. Don’t expect any thrilling ...
... and finally slept really well in a dark , cool and quiet room.
Geneva . . wealth and humanity, city of flags and clocks.
We made our own breakfast and then had coffee again in the old Citie.
We visited the Red Cross museum for the afternoon and in doing so we saw the Geneva UN building. I loved the flags and was most impressed by the chair sculpture outside, it's broken leg symbolising land mine victims.