Grand Hotel Zermatterhof
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... village is so peaceful. Later we go down to see Gilberto's mother and brother so I can say goodbye to them. They are very lovely people and I have enjoyed spending time with them as well this visit. They have a Christmas present for me that I'm not allowed to open until Christmas so that when I do, I think of them! Off for pizza for dinner and then home to pack my ...
... level. We were having trouble breathing, to the point where we had to walk really slow. Going down that part was scary, because of the steep dropoffs. There were a lot of BEWARE OF CREVICES signs. Once we got to the border, we decided to go back to the Italian side and do more off course skiing. Then, as always, I had the worst crash, not on an unpaved course, but on a paved one. I had split up with Yeo by accident, going down another course than him. ...
Slow start to the day; a sleep in and late breakfast and then I have 3 days of blogs to catch up on! Gilberto is doing things around the house while I sit in the warm kitchen writing about our travels over the last 3 days. It was great to see so many wonderful places but it is good to be back in the village. This afternoon we head down to Pontegrande for the wifi so I can upload my ...
... with Rossi's number 46 everywhere! Only a short drive later we arrive at Gradara; a medieval town with buildings dating back to 1150. We walked around the walls of the town and then through castle. A lot of the shops and cafes are closed for the winter and there are not many people walking around. It's really nice being able to see these places without hoards of people around. They each have a quiet beauty about them. We continue driving up the ...
... for those cows with bells around their necks??). Zermatt; flower boxes everywhere here too, but on expensive looking ski chalets/hotels. Anyway, we went up on the cog train to the higher Gornergrat with it's thinner air and magnificent views of the snow mountains and glaciers. Hopefully, the summit of the nearby most famous Swiss mountain, the Matterhorn would be visible to us!! Unfortunately the gods were against us ...