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Had everything and more.. Loved the pool area and rooms very comfortable.. Decent kitchenette and great to have a bath after a day out
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... cannot imagine the size.
no luck with the weather and Matterhorn still in hiding I walked even further
on towards what i believe is Mount Rose where a cable car takes people to its
did plan on walking the whole way there and perhaps take the cable car back
down but looking and walking in these massive mountains are two totally
different things. It might only look a short walk but in total and looking at
the maps its a mighty ...
... asleep within minutes. All this great excitement and adventure had drained me.
At about 7pm it was time for dinner. Of course now out of my bike gear I now was going to wear my jeans when I realised I had forgotten something at home and that was a belt!!!
If there is anything that these great adventure trips do for me then that is loose weight. My jeans are now simply too loose on me and so it was down to the restaurant in my biker trousers.
Now you have it, cheers for ...
... and probably said I was crazy. It wasn't too cold but it was to cold for that attire. A cardigan is now required. We donned our cycle gear and found a path into Aosta along a fast flowing river. Aosta is580m above sea level situated in the centre of Aosta valley. It was founded in 25 BC by the Romans at the junction of the major roads leading to France and Switzerland. Its surrounded by superb mountains. This ancient town dates back to the pre-historic age, to Roman ...
... Matterhorn glacier paradise). The summit lift carried us to the highest viewing platform in the Alps which has been cut out of the rock face. At 3883 metres above sea level a 360degree panorama opens up taking in 38 peaks towering over 4000 metres and 14 glaciers in the French, Italian and Swiss Alps. As it was such a clear day we're sure we also saw Mont Blanc in the distance as well as the Jungfrau in all her radiant beauty. A lift took us 15 metres below ...
... and pastries for our lunch to avoid exorbitant cafe prices at the summit. The bakery we went to was called (and I kid you not), "Fuchs". No wonder Gletcherschluts Gorge is so popular!
Had a poke around the souvenir shops while waiting for the next train. Found a very nice glass Matterhorn globe that I might get and that can be my total Switzerland keepsake. Jeff also found his usual souvenirs - some t-shirts. We might come back tomorrow and make ...