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I really enjoyed my stay at this little, but fantastic hotel
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Got on the plane in Newark (EWR). Alice, Bob and Eve sat together in front of Karen and I. We sat next to a gentleman from New Jersey and struck up a quick conversation with him. He knew where Franklin was because one of his daughters went to Binghamton University. Our flight left a little after 9:00 pm with a beautiful sunset and we flew all night. We all did our best to stay up all night so that the Jet lag would not be so bad. I sat next ...
... enjoying the snow, so only Daddy and Benjamin ventured higher. We had uninterrupted views on one side of the mountain and uninterrupted views of cloud on the other.
Our journey down the mountain was also an adventure as we had to travel on not just one, but two different types of gondola. We passed some brilliant playgrounds and a fast looking luge run that Mum and Dad promised we will come back to on our next trip to ...
There is nothing like catching the train through the Italian and Swiss Alps. In
a word, it's incredible!
The train passage takes you up through the Italian Alps and down
through the Swiss Alps. The majority of mountain tops have snow on them. Not
only that, but the train twists ...
... disappointed that it was gravel instead of grass. When the time came (we didn't just waste time for nothing) we went to the Toy Museum. The collection was really impressive, and it was in a tiny loft at the top of a building and run by a sweet old lady. She opened one of the glass sections to turn on a train set for a little ...
... arrived at the small town that had sprung up under the site of the castle. I guess it probably would have been a little village back in the day but today it is definitely a tourist town. As soon as we stepped out of the car it started to rain. Must be this part of the world! We went for a stroll through the town and lined up at the back of a massive line for tickets to get into the castle. Once we got to the front of the line we realised that you had to buy a ticket for ...