Chalet Hotel Schoenegg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... hassles at the airport bags pass and no pat down although I looked a fright after removing bobby pins. Arriving at Gatwick the beginning of a nightmare. We walk and walk and walk to the customs check. UK /EU citizens go in one line and the rest of us in another. Our line is very long and very slow we waited an hour at least (the Uk citizen have long ago left the ...
... their yellow fall colours. The rivers and lakes are coloured by glacial flour and a milky turquoise. The buildings have slate roofs often with orange lichen growing on them and some of the buildings are perched on stilts with flat slate rocks which are to keep the mice out apparently. Later we visit the Matterhorn museum and learn more about the climbers and the way of life of the people of Zermatt. It will be sad to leave ...
... about missing connections. Then we come to our next connection- no train!! A bus driver signals for us to get in the bus - remember not a lot of English. Can only guess that train was broken or late or doesn't run this late in the season. We make it to the Express which is waiting for us I guess because it left late. Whew made it! Actually the express was a disappointment because the scenery was very familiar like much of BC ...
... bought train tickets to take us to Gornergrat, which is one of the highest and closest places to view the Matterhorn. The ride on this train was something else. It seemed to go straight up; I know it couldn't do that but it was truly a steep climb only possible by a cog wheel train. The Matterhorn was a truly spectacular thing to see. We had a great view and saw several glaciers, and several 12,000 foot Alp peaks. We were very fortunate to ...
... that's still visited by climbers today. This is where we saw a gentleman hiking, he was moving along at a slow pace, heading down to the chapel. We passed along side and I realized he had to be 90 or more. I wanted to stop and shake his hand, as he was such an inspiration to see moving along on that trail.
Next, we decided to head back up to Glacier Paradise, since the sky was pretty much cloud free. We had noticed the snow blowing off ...