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... us up. We took the Gornergrat train up to almost 3000m (almost 9000ft). From there we walked approx 10 minutes to the Iglu village. It is very fancy with a nice ice-bar, restaurant in the iglu. All the rooms have different ice-carvings. My Swisscard friends had booked us a romantic-room. We had a giant whale above our bed. The next surprise was the apéro with Champagne, cheese, meet and bread. The cheese fondue was served as dinner at ...
... combination and color, cow bells, lederhosen (yes, lederhosen). We were sure to stop for Swiss chocolate and Swiss cheese to enjoy on the train back. Fun fact about Switzerland, although smack in the middle of Europe, they are not part of the European Union. Thus we were a little surpised to pay in Euros and receive Franks in return. Good thing we payed in small ...
Monday 5th Jan - After looking at the map of Italy and wanting to get Liam up to some snow we chose to have a day trip to this delightful little town in northern Italy, hoping to find some snow to play in, and it was only about 2 hours by train. Aosta is a bilingual town in the Alps close to the entrance of the Mont Blanc tunnel, the major transport link of Italy to northern Europe. It has many very old roman ruins, but we didn't see any of the town! While researching the ...
... for Brig before it pulled out of the station.
... on the inside. As the darkness came upon the small town, only the lights of the turnips lit up the facades of the houses (on window sills) and the various streets. Apparently, this custom can be traced back to the early 1920s. On the second Saturday evening in November, approximately a thousand children and grownups proceed through the darkened streets with individual lanterns or huge structures made up of hundreds of lighted beets portraying houses, ...