Hotel La Ginabelle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... such a problem except it is rush hour . Who knew how many people could push their way into the subway car and doors still close. Imagine even more people cram in at the next stops and then the struggle of leaving with suitcases! AND it is pouring rain. Alas this isn't Switzerland! But we did have a good dinner at the Norfolk Arms (which we first visited with Peter and Pat ...
Today we are in Zermatt. The day is cloudy so most of the higher mountains are obscured. Zermatt is car free but allows small electrical vehicles like taxis or delivery trucks. As you walk you never know what is coming behind you because there is little sound from these vehicles as well bikes go full speed down the street . It is bustling here can't imagine how busy it will be when the snows arrive. We take a cable car to ...
... that we may miss the Glacier Express. The first train , the nice old woman who has waited with us says no, no this isn't the right train. So I run off leaving my bag with Garry to find someone who can confirm one way or the other . Find a conductor, yes this is the train. Come back to find my bag all alone -Garry has got on the train without me but which car?? He found me once he realized I had the tickets. As I said ...
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 ...
We had such a nice stay in the B&B Borgo di Creggio. I've never seen such an interesting place in my life. It was a huge complex with any and every kind of weird art in every space and on every wall. From an old dental chair in the dining room to a bust of Caesar, all kinds of African, and Indian art. This place was the most eclectic place I've ever seen. I could have spent hours in each of the rooms just studying things. Bizarre!!!!