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... and turned down the 3000 some feet of elevation back to the village.
Since the weather was so clear we decided to head back to the pool area at our hotel since the outdoor hot tub was positioned with a view of the Matterhorn. It was amazing! There’s nothing like being in a hot tub when it’s cold outside and of course the view was the icing on the cake. So after getting all pruney and deciding we’d had enough we headed back to the room to ...
... Well, there was a Lindt shop and a Sprüngli shop. So I finally managed to buy some 99% Lindt cacao (that I have been wanting all weekend) and spend my last francs on some Sprüngli chocolate. Zurich was fun! No massive sights to see, but it was nice to wander around the pretty, old city in the sunshine. Then it was back on the plane, to London Heathrow. Where we landed 10 minutes early! But met with a massive, massive passport queue in terminal 5....welcome ...
... in the Halle Stadium, the famous centre where concerts to ice hockey games are held. My grandmother and I went to the travel expo that was being held, I thought it will be just this little gathering, it turns out to be huge. With hundreds of stalls, these Swiss, really know how to organise an event. Ate loads, walked loads and came home with reams of glossy brochures and gifts. Not a bad profit for a 9 franc entry fee. Spoke to the family back home today. It was really weird to ...
... Remarkables), a bit of snow on the tops, green pastures with Heidi houses, cows…….just what you would expect of Switzerland I guess, very 'picture postcard’ all around. We drove on a few minutes then hopped on a train which took us on a half hour, our group had two carriages and Kid went around making sure we all had meeting times and information written on our tour books so there shouldn’t have been any problem with ...
... the last. To boot, they were written in German so we couldn't figure out what we were going to get. We continued our search, stumbling upon a pizza place in an alley. We saw reasonable prices and practically high-fived, then we tried the door. Closed...at 2:30 pm... Of course! We decided to cross the river ending up at an area referred to as the water spike. It looks a little like a mini dam that regulates the level of water through the town. Feeling frustrated and ...