Das Hotel Sherlock Holmes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... turn back but we stuck to it, one step at a time. Till finally we got there. It was hardest thing we have each had to do for a while. To finally make it there felt such an achievement. The hot chocolates were so worth it. Walking back down was a lot easier and we realized how far we had walked. The Ice palace was interesting walking on ice and along the corridor of ice. It was then time to leave and with a last look we climbed aboard the train and headed down. There are so ...
... high wall! The wall surrounded the old city! We hiked up to the top of the wall and then walked down it from one end to the other! The view was incredible! We then reached the end to the final tower which was the tallest of the towers! We walked up to the top! The amount of stairs we had to climb was insane! They were extremely steep and built for giants!!! By the time we got to the top we were all huffing and puffing... But the view was all ...
... position while in the air and sort of glide onto the field as if you were Cedric from Harry Potter (you know the scene where he is flying/walking down onto the ground after being teleported to the Quidditch games). That was not the reality sadly. It was more like I tried that and I ended up squatting onto the ground while trying to stumble back onto my feet into a standing position. Graceful- i know.
Paragliding was a dream. I'd recommend it to ...
... from a spring and a shady spot on the porch of the chapel for us to sit and eat. Carol also attends to her blistered feet as they are bothering her. I am pretty beat and hurting but do not tell her, although I do offer to turn around and catch the bus. All I can say is that my wife doesn't have a lot of quit in her and wants to go on. So, onward we go, around a lake just pass Tannalp and then immediately start another climb which eventually goes to Balmeregghorn ...
... worth the effort.
Then we walked back through the town and down to the supermarket for some snacks, then back to the hotel to drop them off. Having mentioned that we were honeymooners when we checked in, the hotel staff surprised us with a mini bottle of champagne!
It wasn't quite dinner time, so Sam had a little ...