Les Bains de Saillon
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... New Zealand who were paragliding down from the mid-point to Chamonix Mind-blowing views from the top! Saw climbers venturing out in different directions Karin was suffering from a terrible headache (altitude); Bought coffee, hot chocolate & muffins (€18.20) Karin returned to Chamonix --- she went to the front of the line since she was feeling ill & threw up at the cable car station Bill, ...
... and is car free , so you have to drive as far as Tasch , then board a train up to Zermatt. It was 150 years ago that the first mountaineer conquered the Matterhorn, so the place is buzzing. We were VERY LUCKY , in that the weather was clear and we could see the mountain as often it is clouded in. After ogling at our view of the big M from our hotel balcony , we made plans for our "ascent", first thing in the morning. You take a cog train up ...
We awoke in Sunday morning a little slow and sore after a big Saturday of Canyoning and celebrating but we were packed and off by 10am. After 3 great nights in Interlaken it was off to Zermatt to check out the famous Matterhorn. We arrived in the afternoon and took a walk around ...
During our enforced stay in Stresa, my GLW was chatting with the nice lady in charge of the tie and scarf shop. She was explaining our troubles with Red, and was expressing her doubts as to whether Red would be able to get over the Alps, which was to be our next leg. The lady confirmed that our route over the Simplon Pass would indeed be steep and hairpinny. Also, a lot of major construction work would be bound to delay us en route. The journey would take ...
I believe they spent all day at the hotel waiting for news of me. Willow spent some time in a shop owned by a lady who designed lots of the scarves, wraps and shirts herself. They had a lot of fun trying on things and chatting. While she was in there a German man was asking about me, as the ladies chatted away. Willow told him about my problems and her worries about going over the Alps. The man and the Lady both said that ...