Grand Hotel Billia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- TV Channel One Russia
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... very pretty and so silent and peaceful Was a good idea after all !!! Enjoy the pics , even though a camera doesn't do justice to how beautiful this is ..... Off to Italy now , only way to get through the Swiss/ Italian alps is at the Gran San Bernadino Pass, one of the highest mountain roads in Europe . Just checked it out on the Internet .... was listed as one of the most "dangerous roads in Europe"...... Great !!!!!!! Ciao for now ( I hope!!) ..... ...
We awoke in Sunday morning a little slow and sore after a big Saturday of Canyoning and celebrating but we were packed and off by 10am. After 3 great nights in Interlaken it was off to Zermatt to check out the famous Matterhorn. We arrived in the afternoon and took a walk around ...
... of beers and wines and take in the magnificent views. Dinner is at 7.30 so back to the room to get ready. Dinner is served outside on the verandah overlooking the Swiss Alps. It is a set 3 course menu which costs 56 franks each. We start with a salad with ricotta cheese. This was followed by slow cooked duck and fresh vegetables in an orange sauce and a grapefruit and conqontro sorbet. This was five star dinning at its bests. Back to the room for Limonchello nite ...
Took a train early in the morning to Zermatt, around 2 hours away from Spiez. The train ride there was lovely, we rode through tunnels under the mountains, by the river & tbh, I slept most of the time haha. Zermatt is a hilly place, we had to walk through an ancient village where the houses were built by logs. Had a traditional Swiss lunch of cheese fondue ...
... may be a good panoramic photo spot (see result attached). Saw one other guy hiking around the same spot. Said hello and asked him where he is from. He says, Colorado. What! First person we have met from CO so far. Where in CO, we ask. He says, Montrose. No kidding. He is an artist there and has come to paint the Matterhorn. First name started with R and last name with O, but that is all we can remember. He proceeded to set up an easel and start painting. Mind ...