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... there is" and "there's going to be a big dump next tuesday" but every day we would get up and be greeted by stunning blue skies. The winds picked up late in the 2nd week which combined with -15degrees on the mountain made for some pretty tough conditions. Sal got frostbite on her nose and fingers and one afternoon we got stuck on the mountain as the 80kmh winds forced all the cable cars and chairlifts to shut. Fortunately there is a train that could get ...
... the top and had a magnificent view as you can see in the photos. We played around in the snow taking photos then headed into the cafe for a glass of wine before descending the mountain again. We got off the train a stop earlier than Zermatt and walked the rest of the way down a few paths, passed a brook and into town for a kebab and a bit of shopping before heading to bed. Heading for Basel tomorrow by train to start our river ...
... and we were all a bit worried about the 3 minute change over - finding the right platform and train as well as getting our luggage off and then on again. We must have made the change over in less than a minute, so we were all very happy with our organisational skills!! St Moritz to Reichonan-Tamins (12 minutes) Reichonan-Tamins to Disentis Muster (3 minutes) Disentis Muster to Andermatt (15 minutes) ...
... was OK and the food and wine was great but getting back was interesting. Fortunately, one of us had remembered her head torch and we successfully found what turned out to be the steepest flight of steps I can remember in the the pitch dark. The sort of steps where the ground seems to be about six inches from one's nose. Having a ball and weather still kind to us! Love to you all. ...
... architecture. Isola Bella is supposedly the most admired of the Islands on Lago Maggiore though having seen the gardens of Isola Madre, we are not entirely convinced. Admittedly, there is an enormous parlance on the island that we chose not to visit which, had we done a tour through that, it may have changed our viewpoint. Isola Bella was originally just. Rocky outcrop that was transformed in the 17th century by a group of Italian architects, financed ...