- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and peace up here and always seeing the silhouette of the matterhorn is unbelievable. We were sooo lucky with the weather. Then we jumped into our nice double sleeping in our romantic iglu. After I closed my eyes, all these stars were still on my mind. The next morning they brought us a cup of tea to our 'room'. After packing we walked down to the hotel and enjoyed a big breakfast. Then back to Zermatt and via Glacier Express route back to Bad ...
... 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 ...
... point) to the Aguille de Midi viewpoint overlooking the peaks of the French Alps with the Swiss and Italian Alps peaks in the distance, the most famous being Mont Blanc. It was a beautiful sight to see while freezing since we had nothing that passed for true snow-weather clothing. I (Tasha) particullary enjoyed the alpine climbing exhibit at the top since I had just finsihed my 6th novel on this trip about an everest expidition entitled Abominable. I ...
... in itself. It was up a big flight of steps and I was exhausted by the time I got to the top.
Continued to head south of Madrid to Spain's Mediterranean coast to visit a desert area where many of Hollywood’s classic westerns were made in the old days. We were told it was an area worth visiting by a couple of Germans we bumped into. By Australian standards pretty ordinary, but for Europeans something quite different.
We followed the coast in a north east direction towards France for a while but quickly lost interest. This is not to say that there ...