Hotel Villa Silvana
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... side. Now a race against time it's 11:49 - check out for the hotel is 12noon and the train goes to Morges at 12:16. We get to the hotel at 12:01 get our bags and board the train at 12:15 - now that is to the minute timing! We have to make a change at Zurich and Camille had only downloaded up to the 12.09 train, so with a bit of guess work using the previous train times, we managed to make the connection with about 8 minutes to spare! We're getting good at ...
Sunday 30th Sept
Today I slept in as long as I could, which wasn't very long as I had to get up for breakfast before 9 (I only made it as they were packing up so only got a piece of bread) and then had to check out before 10. So once I was all packed up and ready I headed off in my nice purple audi (got a free car upgrade). I first did a lap or two around the ...
... hour of the ride but then had to fall back. It was a steep ride and they were keeping a good pace since the sun was beginning to set. It was very scenic as we rode up out of the valley towards a pass. This was the same pass that we had driven over to get into Davos a few days back but I didn’t remember any of it. One place in particular that was really memorable was a short waterfall (about 10 meters) that split into two because of a rock part way down and ...
We left Grindelwald and headed along the windy road to Vals. Vals is a small town of only 1000 people but it is home to a wonderful Therme that was designed by Swiss native architect, Peter Zumthor.
We stayed in the House Selva in a room designed by Peter Zumthor. The walls are blue Venetian Stucco Lustro and the majority of the furniture is by Zumthor or Eames.
Included in our stay are 6 course dinner meals. ...
Spent 1 hour here and ran out of things to see... Liechtenstein you have
been added to the 'not really a country' list. The one impressive thing
is that castle built into the mountain wall, which is what you always
see in the pictures, on postcards etc etc, however the castle isn't even
open to tourists, what a load of ...