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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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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 ...
... alone with no other peaks as high to take away from its grandeur. From Zermatt you get the view where its shape is easily recognizable. Zermatt itself is a resort town I would want a ski vacation at and the town doesn't allow cars just golf carts opertated by the town acting as taxis. We got our dose of Swiss tourist shops full of Swiss Army Knives in ...
... sarcasm Wade, so we got to stay in a hostel in Chamonix. We were greeted by our roommates Freddy and Liv from England. Since we only had one full day in Chamonix we hit the ground running and found a coffee shop right away. After fueling up, we took the cable car (which ascended to the top of the mountain in long strides, at one point you followed the long cables up with your eyes until they faded into the mountain not even able to see the ...
... not in town they have a restaurant and dorm style rooms that one often shares with other travelers. Rooms are spartan, with a single bed or beds or bunk beds. Internet is not usually available there but eye- popping sunsets and sunrises sometimes are, depending on the weather.
Having rode the bus and train yesterday instead of hiking means we have skipped ahead one stage, which is what we need to do since we want to spend 10 days here rather than 14. In a ...
... on a sled) had been and gone. There is no turning back once you start this rungs you are already more than a kilometre away from the lift as you've just skid across the top of a glacier to he there. Knowing he was the last one down he had to tighten up his boot and then ski down in the fog with the light fading. This is not your typical run as even now in 2013 it is classified as an off piste trail and is not monitored. Skip forward some 20 odd years and Mum and Dad bring the ...