Hotel de la Foret
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... there the journey looks amazing and sure enough it is.
Soon it's the end of the line and we arrive into the small station at the cliff town of Murren. This town is yet another that is totally free of traffic and so is just wonderful walking along its wonderfully kept streets. Every house and building is beautifully decorated and the gardens are all very well kept.
From our hotel on the opposite mountain we could just pick out what looked like a small building on the ...
We picked up our rental car at Venice airport after leaving the ship. The company offered to drop the one-way fee if we would drive a French plated car - it turned out to be a Toyota Prius, which is a lovely car but took some getting used to - neither of us are very familiar with hybrids and the manual is in French! However after some explanations from the attendant, we were on our way and very happy with our vehicle.
We left Venice in sunshine, however, ...
... quite honestly feels as if the air is keeping you up. My instructor must have thought I was insane because I kept laughing hysterically, unable to believe it was happening, though it of course sounded silent because there was nothing but air. Then they pull the parachute and time slows right down. Your legs swing all the way up in front of you and suddenly you can take in this amazing view in front of you. I kept swinging my arms and legs like a little ...
... spreading out below us in some sections. There were several small farms along the way, noted by the groups of cows that we passed by. Some of the cows were right on our path, which was a surprise. The first hike ended at Allmendhubel. Like yesterday, this lift station had a restaurant accompanying it. There was also a band playing folky type music, complementing the Swiss mountain backdrop, all we needed was a yodeler. There wasn't much ...
... of our usual shows that we’ve missed while being out of the country (seriously Parenthood?! How many crises can one family go through in a season? What’s the over/under on a major earthquake leaving everyone’s livelihood in question? Season 4? 5?)
Finally we headed to the last restaurant recommendation in Rick’s guide book that we hadn’t yet tried for dinner: Stagerstubli.