Hotel La Cabane
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... amp; goats with bells. Grant has a conversation with a goat & gets too close to an electric fence & gets a shock. The goats probably have competitions to see how many dumb tourists they can get to touch the fence. We catch the 2nd cable car to Murren, a larger sleepy, car-free village with breathtaking views. Photos just don't do it justice. It's cold & the rain has stopped for awhile. Grant buys a Swiss beanie & I get a miracle scarf that can also ...
... stair climb and we were in. The reception was warm and the restaurant service was great in spite of the fact it is the slow season and the cook staff was limited. The wonderful ladies of the Silberhorn stepped it up and took great care of us for dinner.
We are tucked in to two beautiful suites with balconies looking over the valley and have loosely planned our day tomorrow. We are looking forward to a good night's sleep and a new adventure tomorrow.
... laugh since Josh and I made up both countries. We all
had a great evening chatting while eating; a perfect way to wind down a day in
the Alps! The cheese fondue was amazing. It was served in a large pot over a
flame with many fixings to add flavor, including onions, garlic, chili, and
pesto. This was Josh’s first fondue experience and he told me it definitely
For our full day in the Alps, Josh and I opted to ...
... the idea of getting anything done!! J
Yesterday being my last full day, and after having dragged my carcass across the Ligurian Coast the day before, I made it a point to take it slow. CT is unique in that there is no collection of main sites or exhibitions to see. Rather the region and the villages themselves are the experience. It is a place to wander the village streets or just sit and snack on a picnic lunch. Pesto was ...
... the week before we went one canyoning group did snow angels at one point where we were standing but all the snow melted from the nice weather they've been having! So funny. Even with the jumping, scaling, repelling and flipping I made sure to stop and look around to all the scenery and it was surreal. I was literally inside a canyon in the Alps. No big deal :)
After we did all the final jumps we got back to our hang out spot and they gave us a celebratory beer, and cheese, ...