Hotel Le Grand Chalet
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- Swimming pool
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... mountain hiking at least ten times since.
Today’s outing was a three hour hike from the top of the Wispile chairlift (1,911 metres) down to Lauenensee (1,581). The hike’s first 90 minutes involved some of the prettiest and (relatively) easiest hiking I’ve done in Switzerland. It would be a great walk for anyone who wanted to experience Swiss scenery at its best without a huge physical effort. From then on it got a bit tougher, but the reward at the ...
... wanted a cafe for breakfast so I went with. It was pouring (big surprise for Europe) but my waterproof jacket has been a Godsend. We went to a Cafe Paris Bryan had found online and thought he could get a nice breakfast. Turns out they don't really serve breakfast and are more of a lunch spot so a coffee and croissant would have to do. On the way back we stopped at an awesome outdoor equipment and clothing type of store. Quickly I realized this was for some serious ...
We drove out of Konstance from a back road and through what looked like could have been border control into Switzerland. It was a Sunday, so figured it's their day off. Have to buy a vignette before we go onto any major roads, so at the next service station we stop to purchase this road toll tax.
The rolling countryside is as expected, and is just lovely. It's funny how within just a few k's over the border, houses, countryside etc changes dramatically. ...
... celebrated a great trip as we
ate out under the stars.
morning coffee out on the patio was enjoyed as the cows strolled out into the
fields. Everything had been an amazing
adventure here. And as I sat quietly
enjoying the moment…a gentle quiet rain began to fall. We’d come full circle. The next 24 hours would be a race to get back
home, including trains, buses, planes and automobiles. It was exhausting.
... of the cute village and wandered into the Swiss Army Knife store. Whilst in there I looked out and couldn't believe my eyes it was snowing. I ran outside and stood in it I also cried I was so excited, I've always wanted to see it snowing and I finally have.
As I walked back down to the camp I saw the sky divers coming down. I could even hear one.
Dinner was cheese fondue, veal sausages and apple and rhubarb slice. The fondue was great ...