Grand Hotel du Golf & Palace
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... to try and buy tickets up the mountain, don't have vouchers physically on us (that they gave us about 3 hours earlier) so refuse to give us discount, we give up, they are impossible to deal with , reception 1 - tranny crew 0. Pork steaks for dinner in what feels like -5 degrees, we all are absolutely freezing - this extended summer has made us all soft. Off to bed, mainly to stay warm!! Campsite Sooo flash - but so impossibly annoying to deal ...
... they all had bells around their necks - it sometimes felt like you were in a wind chime farm). We got to Trümmelbach Fälle which is a series of ten glacier-waterfalls inside the mountain made accessible by tunnel-lift and illuminated. We made our way to the top and slowly made our way down. The falls where so loud with ...
... the cold that started that night. Here is photographic proof, with the devil himself. I must say though, it was an awesome start to the trip. Rapunzel went to bed but the alcoholic in me wasn't ready to quit, so it was time to find some new buddies who would drink and dance with me into the early hours. I think my favourite moment was when we realised the dance floor had somewhat emptied, looked around only to find half the remaining Topdeck boys BEHIND ...
... easy to think of Heidi and Peter as we climbed through the wild flowers with farm animal bells ringing out around us.
Above the farms the forest thickened quite a bit and the incline steepened. By the time the trees began to thin our direction switched to following the ridge west and the incline relaxed slightly. Here we started to see other hikers and bikers out enjoying the day. Small mountain streams and waterfalls crossed our path, the wild flowers ...
... passing through clouds as she climbs in altitude. Obtaining a much better understanding of the love God has for all He created. Last stop. End of the line. Crans-Montana, here is Lisa! The funiculaire conductor asked Lisa if someone was picking her up, to which she responded "I think I'm supposed to call someone, do you know where the pay phone is?" He came back with his cell phone. Line busy. At this point Lisa gives me a call from her phone, ...