Boutique Hotel Ermitage
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... corner and the first challenge appears. The first of the suspension bridges. Donna freezes but with some coaxing she eventually walked acres with Steve. Now it is Liz's turn. Part of the way across another group walk onto the bridge and begin to rock the bridge. This unsettles Liz. Liz does complete the crossing. The girls are very apprehensive now and after rounding a few more corners they opt to return to the cafe. Russ and Steve ...
We sang smoke on the water by deep purple as we drove into montreux, I'm sure it's the most immediately recognizable way to tell if someone is a tourist here. We got a nice big hotel room which was great because it rained the two days we were there. We didn't mind. We read, watched movies, walked a little bit before freezing ourselves, and watched more tv ...
... 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 ...
"Well…." if you read about the Aletsch Glacier, the conversation began quite the same ….
"Well…" said Priska, "We could go up to this gorge or that one"
"oooohhh,….aaaaaaahhhh….." Said Tony and I
"Or we could see the battle stations created into the mountains" said Thibaut
"ooooohh…aaaaaahhhh…." Said Tony and I
"We could go swimming afterwards to ...
... an Englishman (Harrison Bertwistle), so it was now obvious why it was so good ... the conductor (Titus Engel) and musicians did, in our opinion a fantastic job, as the music appeared to be very difficult to play. The concert itself was, actually pretty good. 31st July Upon leaving Salzburg, we went to the infamous Eagles Nest (in English) and in German - Kehlsteinhaus. This is a structure, built for Adolf Hitler, by one of his henchman, Martin Bormann. The site is now a ...