Hotel Des Alpes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... I’m about 300m down and on a ledge with massive drops each side. The challenge of getting back up to the other peak or the restaurant is now on me.
Having taken a few photos the cloud has decided to return and it’s almost game over for getting any more shots and so I decide to head back to Schilthorn peak.
It’s a mighty steep climb and before long I am sounding like a steam locomotive that is running out of steam. Climbing steep mountains at this ...
... we decided to aim for Ernem 25km away. The route after Furkapass was gravel and heavily undulating. Some of the undulations being so steep we had to get up and stand on the pedals to get up the hill! That's a first for this trip. Standing up and pedalling is difficult on a loaded touring bike - it's very hard to balance (and also quite exhausting)! But we did make it. The route took us along side the Rhone for a bit, then up high, then back to ...
... s for sure. As the builders gave their views on what could and couldn’t be done to the property, Paulie and I went for a walk along a path nosing at the local houses and admiring the stunning view…
Once they were finished, we went to a lakeside restaurant for a delicious lunch, courtesy of Michael…(who said Switzerland was expensive, it had been free so far :0p ) and ...
... Such a let down but whatever I had like half a loaf so no don't judge. We had a walking tour of the city which was super cute, like something out of a fairy tale! We then walked over to one of the lakes and the water was so blue! Apparently it was glacier water so thats why its so blue. It was also snowing and words couldn't describe how mad I was at first, I left Michigan to get away from the cold! Then I realized it was still like 38 degrees out and ...
... continued from there and made our way to have some lunch before visiting the Sphinx Terrace. On the Sphinx Terrace where again, the view was spectacular! We took a few pictures, got blown away & froze to death before Simon and I went inside where it was nice and warm! We stood there for a while chatting while we were waiting for Dez & Joe to finish taking photos. That's when we ran into Sam, Eliza, Abbey & Luke! Once we were all together, we decided ...