Hotel Esprit Montagne
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... of the Matterhorn. This route took us via the town of Heremence
which is a typical Swiss mountain village with the usual pretty chalets and
After stopping for a quick meal and drink and noticing that
we were way ahead of the bus arrival we decided to change plan and walk back to
Sion instead of catching the bus. Well if yesterday’s walk was along “37 corner
path” this walk was along “no corner ...
Got away in good time for the drive to Geneva. Or so we thought. Wonky GPS and a few questionable turns in Lausanne turned a transit from 10 minutes into an hour. Getting seriously worried about getting to the airport too late. Able to make good time on the expressway to Geneva. Then missed a turn in the airport and ended up far away from Short-term Parking. Left the luggage in the car and hastened to Terminal. 1 Arrivals. ...
... moved off ahead of us but stopped after a short distance. Our path took us generally down along the spine of a giant ridge. It ran through a larch forest. About 100' tall. They blocked out the sun. It took about an hour to reach a picnic spot with a nice view. Muddy in places. Lunched on a picnic table made out of one log over ...
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... the Cailler factory dates back to 1819, where the founder Francois-Louis Cailller, created his own recipe for chocolate, the exotic sensation that was sweeping the continent at the time. Apparently it’s the slightly sweetened condensed milk, rather than the use of milk powder that gives Swiss chocolate the creamy texture for which it is famous.
After touring the factory, learning about chocolate and processing, we stepped into a room that must ...