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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... 1,770 m). From there I intend catching the cable car down to Schronried (1,231 m) then a train back to Gstaad.
Fortuitously the rain seems to be easing and the mist lifting as I ascend in the gondola from Zweisimmen. However, it is very cold (8c) and windy upon arrival at Rinderberg and still raining. I hate having to wear my clumsy water-resistant trousers so bide my time with a hot chocolate in the ...
... swiss chalet roofs covered in snow, pine trees white and green, red berries poking out from under a cover of snow, railings and chairs with a neat layer of untouched snow on top, even a fox was spotted. The Wengen valley was a sight to behold, I was like a kid in a candy store, so excited by everything I was seeing and Rohan was taking photos non stop while the kids looked on in amazement too. We planned to stop her on on our way back. The sky ...
... shows Ethan across my lap while I try to remove the splinters.
Ethan and I both have a cough that will not go away. We visited a pharmacy in town and we were able to pick up the guifenesin cough syrup with codeine without a prescription! We'll sleep well tonight which will help us both to get better quicker.
We shopped and cooked dinner, and took it easy tonight in the apartment. We hope for another sunny day ...
... like it I loved the cheesy goodness.
I went to bed early tonight as I think I'm getting a cold from going in and out of the cold. The girls sharing my room woke me up at 12 because it was really snowing, not lightly like earlier in the day. I got up and walked through it. It was amazing.
Tomorrow we have a bus trip to Florence via Pisa. I'm looking forward to a sitting day. I'm still having trouble hearing as my ears popped coming down the ...
Geneva is the southernmost point in Switzerland and on the border of France, looking very much like Miami does to the U.S. To be honest the last few days of travel felt like we were more in France than Switzerland. No one conversed in Swiss, in fact, it wasn’t even their second language. Cecile had remarked that some don’t even consider it a part of Switzerland. Here, buildings didn't ...