Hotel Mountain Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
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... little wind and we finally got to the very top of the ski resort; 2 chairs, 1 small gondola and 1 huge gondola. By the time you get up to Plateau Rosa you're at 3,500m, 14km from the creche, half way through your beer and only then do you realise how late you are to pick up the kids. We were always late to pick the kids up!
Grace conveniently loved the crèche, so she spent a number of half days there during our stay. I was also pleasantly surprised ...
... the food is fine! Dinner was cheese fondue, pork and veggies (including the most delectable mashed potatoes ever!), and a flan, which is probably called something else here. Wi-fi is available only in the public area, so we are a bit behind in publishing this blog. Our room, very cozy, is in the annex across the road. The comforters are warm and the pillows are huge but squishy; I think they are calling our ...
... to eat lunch at a quaint restaurant. After lunch we made our way to Simplon-Dorf, an old mountain town just below the Simplon Pass with a ...
... and this was one of those sites. We started pitching our tent at a slight angle but one of the 2 hefty, very to the point sisters running the site soon came over to tell us off – she was speaking in German too which always sounds a little more angry! We were a bit scared of then for a start but once Ryan softened them both with his charm we couldn’t do anything else wrong!
The site was in a great location with views of the Breithorn mountain and ...
... From inside we saw only grey mountain rock. In the village we bought bright red, hard boiled eggs at the unattended "honesty shop," rang doorbells to buy "alpkasse" (alp cheese), sugared walnuts, and were welcomed into a small home storeroom lined with rounds of cheese where we bought goat cheese and sausage from a gentleman named Hans---a banker from Geneva, spending a few weeks in the village as a farmhand volunteer.
We ventured to the top ...