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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
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Would you believe I that cold wasn't a cold. I developed a rash all over body and face with a fever. Pharmacist says looks like rosescis can be caused by abrupt temp changed. Gave me benefited and something for fever. Looks a little better today I hope. One more adventure So Lake ...
I'm so happy today is transport day. Traveling is great but there is a quote from the movies - "there is no place like home" - that seems to be calling us. We have taken a train from Venice to Milan and express train to Geneva. The Italian Alps are everything friends have told us about. The difference between our Rockies and the Alps is we kept looking for Heidi. Switzerland appeared very clean and very green, something we had not ...
... the remotest parts of the world than in one's (i.e. Kevin's) home country.
As a first trip we decided to go to the Oeschinensee in the Bernese Oberland. A real beauty as it turned out.
A train ride brought us via Bern to Kandersteg where the weather was not that great and we already feared that it wasn't such an idea to go to the mountains. A short cable car ride ...
With a forecast of mainly cloudy, but a strong desire to go hiking, we drove up the Saartal valley through Saas Grund, a little village sitting in the bottom at 1569m and drove up the narrow winding pass to Saas Fee, a little town sitting on a plateau at 1800m. A barrier across the road a few hundred metres out of the town directed us to a carpark, but with a height restriction of 2.2m, we opted for the field next to it. Although our van is within, ...
... the effects of altitude and I found I quickly got out of breath on the stairs. Trav felt giddy. We had a quick lunch and headed off on the tour. We went to the plateau where, after some persuasion and more rugging up, I went outside with Jessie and Trav. Below the Jungfrau, on the edge of the Aletsch Glacier, it gave a feeling of majesty but of no mercy. It was -16 degrees centigrade and the wind was howling and blowing the snow. This was a good ...