Boutique Hotel Ermitage
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... you pay a tourist tax but that also entitles you to free public transport. We caught a trolley bus into the main part of town. On the way the bus got pulled over by the cops, that was a first. I think he got a warning because we were soon on our way. The town is really hilly and you need to take a train to go from one side to the other.
The next day we took a boat along the lake to ...
We finished another long day, from Champex, Switzerland. This is the northern most point on the TMB trail. About 3 hours into our hike, in the middle of a cow pasture high above the valley we encountered the Alp Bovine cafe! It was almost at the high point of our hike today. We had a sandwich and. Old drink there before continuing to Hotel De La Forclaz. The hike ...
... eating it. Even after filling up, the seemingly infinite pile of cheese beckoned us to enjoy another slice.
We slept well after that first night and woke early to begin our first trek into the Alps. It took a bit of wandering the hills above the village to find our planned trail but in no time we found ourselves in an alpine paradise. Flocks of cows with their brass bells jangling greeted us along the ...
... one final group photo and started moving towards the exit. Parents were eagerly waiting for our arrival. We had finally reached our home after a memorable one month span.
When we returned after successfully completing the Summer University Program, the most common question that many people asked me was, “How is Switzerland?” Well, I felt that the boredom of creative God motivated ...
... tour charted the general history of chocolate from Aztec times through medieval and modern usage, and recounted the story of François-Louis Cailler, the founder of the Cailler brand. One room was outfitted as a jungle, the next as a sailing ship complete with swaying lantern and odor of cocoa beans. We were able to hold and smell roasted cocoa beans and discover the different production stages of the Cailler "branches." Finally, the room we were all ...