Gstaad Palace Hotel
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... we re-routed and headed to Gstaad where we are staying tonight.
Arrived in Gstaad and found our hotel about an hour later. The lovely hotel staff had upgraded all our rooms to junior suites which was a fantastic surprise. The rooms were beautiful and so was the rest of the hotel. The manager has added all the extra touches he can think of. There's even a lolly buffet for kids (he let us big kids have some too). Jill especially liked the lolly buffet - taking some ...
... the rocks. Other than the fear, canyoning was an amazing time. You do things you never thought you could and it's just great fun. The water flows down the mountain so it was basically ice cold. Which was nice and pretty refreshing. We had wet suits on so most of us stayed warm except for our uncovered hands. But I appreciated my hands being numb after I banged up my left one. All the time we are going down the canyon there was a photographer with us and she seemed ...
... still harping on about pre-match **** (how does that man still make it on TV?), we started to wonder what time kick-off would actually be.
Apparently we were an hour ahead of ourselves as the broadcast comes from the UK Sky network, so as 5pm approached, other rugby fans started to filter in, and we were well and truly ready for the kick-off.
After a pretty exciting game, with a scoreline that ...
... time as the blue Holden of Mike and James
Killingsworth. The second test of the day was run at a reduced speed as the
local motor-club failed to close the road properly, but the third test was a
time climb on the Croix de Couer, Mike Reeves in the Ford V8 setting a
Vintageant Best of 9:30 and the Ford A Special eight seconds behind, with the
best of the Classics set by Peter Lovett’s two litre ...
... a cozy little restaurant nestled in the mountainside where we got coffee to numb the cold. We hiked another 45 minutes until we found a scenic walking bridge to have our picnic lunch on. After lunch, we headed back into town to get a train back to our hostel. We caught some light rain along the way, but only for about 10 ...