Hotel Des Vignes
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We leave for Sion today in the Swiss Alps. We are staying in a small alpine village called Nax which is high in the hillside overlooking Sion and the surrounding areas. Steve is today's driver but an hour of so into the trip he has a coughing attack and Russell takes the wheel. Today's drive is 260 km but will take us around 3 - 4 hours due to driving through the alps. The country side changes dramatically and becomes so majestic once we enter Switzerland. We ...
... today for Munich, they needed to be up and heading to the train station by 10am. They were all still asleep at 945, so we decided to ring the wake-up bell in case they wanted a bit of breakfast before leaving. While they were packing up, we decided to do some reading, which ended up to be a 2 hour nap. It seemed like a reasonable thing to do, since we were still jet-lagged and the rain wasn't letting up.
When we woke up, the ...
Perfect Weather Spent the morning tramping through the snow covered peaks of the Alps incl a nice picnic and views that take your breath away everywhere you look. We all loved the gentle cows with bells on. Two strolled passed our window this morning while we ate breakfast! We did a children's ...
This morning we took a train, cable car and another train up to Murren. It is a small car free town on the edge of a cliff with views of the Eiger right outside of our hotel. We are staying in the Eiger Guesthouse, a cute 12 room B&B. We got here around noon, so we had time for ...
... brilliant and clear yesterday were dim and foggy this morning. That was soon to change, however.
After breakfast we took the cable car back down to Stechelberg, and Rene took us by bus down to the Truemmelbach Falls. I didn’t see the falls when I was here in 2010, opting instead to keep another tour member (who had a broken foot) company in the café. I’m glad I saw them this time, though, because they are amazing. The waterfall cuts through ...