Travel Blogs from Grindelwald
Woke up to a perfect morning - sunshine & snowy mountains made for a splendidly unforgettable view. Ate some local cheeses and bread/crackers for breakfast on our balcony. Unfortunately, the cheese Ari picked out made her gag and almost vom -literally- due to the smell and awful taste (in her opinion). Becca was a trooper and didn't mind it but …
This time around, the budget for the ski trip had been upped to allow for something more indulgent, and a ski trip to Grindelwald in Switzerland was settled upon - after all, how can any self-respecting skier ski the world and not include Switzerland on that itinerary? Well, a flight to Geneva airport, and transfer to Grindelwald pretty much landed …
... was a bit hairy with a perceived drop into the canyon right next to the path. Thort we would have to turn around. Thankfully it was an optical illusion and we completed the circuitous route via Marmorbruch back to a cafe for a hot chocky. More walking to get back to Grindelwald
... been enjoying the coffees we have had in Europe; they seem to be very full bodied, dark roast aroma types which I love. With every cup comes a local biscuit...without exception. This was the same in Germany.
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