Hotel Monte Rosa
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Travel Blogs from Zermatt
... up here - going to the market for lunch and happy hour supplies - walking around to get the feel of this place - and unpacking for 3 days (imagine that?!). We met another guest, Peggy and enjoyed our happy hour with her . . She has been over here in Europe for 6 weeks helping various people with household and farming chores in exchange for housing and food. She has been all over Europe. Pretty interesting . . . And then, we ...
... really nervous about this drive - but with Laurie's patient navigating and Toms navigational skills on his phone - we made it out of the city in good shape! Reached our wonderful agritourismo around noon with a quick stop to pick up some lunch supplies. This place seems really special! There are only six rooms in all and we have four of them. The La Vrille Agritourismo - is located way up in the mountains and our rooms have ...
A beautiful day after a cold night in the tent. Fairly uneventful day albeit with more of the walking up and down the side of the valley than I would like. On the plus side I am not having anything like the difficulty in getting food as I had in France. Any weight loss which occurred is going to be reversed and then some. Today I had 3 proper meals including a 5 course ...
... than I was after the first couple of weeks. Haven't had any blisters for weeks now. They still hurt a bit but it is more uncomfortable than outright painful. Haven't needed any pills for a couple of weeks now. I haven't had any more knee pain for 2 or 3 weeks. Possibly coincides with ending the road walking. Since then I have mostly been on paths and any roads have been so small that I haven't needed to walk on the edge. I think the cause was walking for hours on a ...
The hospice's breakfast effort isn't going to get them in any Good Food Guide. Duff bread, butter, jam and coffee. Turned much milder overnight, while raining continuously - which got rid of most of the lying snow - and kept raining for the first few hours of the descent. But by lunchtime it had cleared up and by the time I had descended into Aosta I was in summer again. Great descent, really steady, so no knee or toe problem which can happen with ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Pets allowed