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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... and outdoor enclosures, it was a sight to behold. Lots of moms and their strollers…Tony looked just a weee bit out of place!
Back to Zurich, we had dinner at the Manor – basically a smaller version of The Bay and buffet style. Yum! Avaia had about 3 bites before her head almost literally hit the table from a day with WAAAAAYYYY too much fun and we tucked her into Bob Jr. for the ride home!!
The Zurich Banhoff ...
... could climb around the rocks like a monkey or something. She was always there to get a great shot. After this experience I'm definitely buying the pictures. I think the best part about canyoning was that there were so many other people there who haven't done anything like it either so it's really a new thing for everyone. And that opens me up to want to do the jumps and everything. The tallest particular jump was about 10 meters up and you had to stand on the top of ...
... to Wengen the snow had almost gone. We stopped in Wengen, the boys bought themselves a swiss army knife here which was very kindly engraved with their names for free. A very exciting purchase for them, Milly enjoyed looking at the shops with mum, and we wandered the town before catching out last train back to Lauterbrunnen.
Here we stopped for a hot drink in a very cool café, filed with Australian and American travellers. We were able ...
... CT…not nearly enough time :(
Next I caught the train for Monterosso, the northernmost of the 5 villages. This village has a little more of a resort feel to it, being the only one with a beach and built upon mostly level ground. It is divided into two sections, a new town and old town. The train dropped me off in the new part of town, a section where shops and restaurants line a beach segmented into free public areas ...
... there. I sometimes dine at the Roadhouse Grill at Roma Termini, and have always found the food quite good. After my morning repast, I located the closest washroom adjacent to Track 21 and of course it was a pay facility (€1 in this case).
The paper Partenze (departures) chart indicated my train would be departing from Track 4, so I started to move in that direction. There was a sleek SBB "bullet train" waiting on Track 5, and ...