Parkhotel du Sauvage
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... who had made it all. It was quiet, peaceful and so beautiful. Then there is a 45min walk taking you further up the mountain to a restaurant. This does not sound much but with the high altitude and low oxygen levels, plus the soft snow and steep incline, 45min was an underestimation. After a few snow fights with Dan and the walk, within a few minutes the **************. Soon we realised this was going to be hard going and very hard to persevere. A couple of times we wondered if ...
... until late afternoon when we went on a one hour 'sundowner' cruise on the lake. The views were outstanding. We got a couple of drinks included, I tried the local beer which was pretty good and a local wine, which was ok. Tonight we went to a dinner and entertainment night. We started with cheese fondue which I don't think I'd tried before. A band playing local instruments and singing and yodelling kept ...
... s house, lots of sailboats, the locals swimming at their "beaches" and a vista of the alps in the background. After dinner on the lake near Chapel Bridge we joined a number of other people in our group plus the tour manager and driver to play trivia at an Irish Bar. Troy's general knowledge came in very handy with this and th - we came 2nd by a point and then donated our cash winnings to ...
... back to talking to us and finally gestures for us to go ahead of her. We do but it is not long before she is tailgating our boots. I motion for her to please go ahead and she soon leaves us in the dust. I think the Swiss are feeding some sort of steroids to their older generation. This lady had muscles in her thick legs that you would not believe. We finally make it to the small cluster of buildings including a chapel, that makes up Tannalp. There is super ...
... waterfalls. We left on this
hike at around 10:00, started hiking at around 11:15 and finished at just after
7:00pm. I thought I was going to die in Rome, but this walk was a lot harder
and longer. There were a lot of ups and downs which was really tough. When we
got to the third waterfall, we decided to climb to the top of it; it felt like
it wasn’t going to end! We thought that we could take a ...