Ski und Golfstarhotel Valaisia
Travel Blogs from Riederalp
... we went out to look around town. The skies are so clear you can see paragliders soaring in the sky. Every time I look up I see at least 4 or 5 of them heading down the mountains. After wandering around we decided to get some dinner and head back to our apartment for the night. We have a busy day tomorrow so we need to get up early for the fun. So far Switzerland is great. ...
We woke up just before they stopped serving breakfast so we could go downstairs for breakfast. The hotel has a buffet with the usual breakfast offerings: bread, yogurt, cheese, meats, cereal, coffee, tea and juice, as well as scrambled eggs, bacon and the weirdest looking hard boiled eggs we've ever seen. As Hannah took a picture of these red, orange and yellow swirled eggs, a hotel worker said that they were the most popular thing in the breakfast lineup. She said ...
... a nice picture.
Our hotel here has the smallest bathroom yet! Russell says its 1.5m x 1.8m. with shower, toilet and wash basin. But its a great shower.
Cows all have bells ringing
People all friendly
Hard to find distinct Swiss food , pizza and pasta available and fondu.
Pastries are nice incl apple strudel,
Trains are the way to go.Clean, fast and efficient.
... went smoothly. We stopped in Spiez to eat a late lunch. We left the station and found a Migros grocery store that had an attached restaurant. It had a beautiful view of the lake. Our train to Interlaken was a German ICE train. (Inter City Express). It was 2 minutes late arriving in Spiez, but got to Interlaken Ost on time.
Unfortunately, since arriving in Lauterbrunnen, a charming little town, it has ...
... ll head next. I could also see what looked like ants in the snow far off in the distance. I assumed this was the glacier walk but thought I probably don’t have the right footwear and would need some gloves so didn’t think it was an option. When I arrived at the snow fun park for some reason I just didn’t feel like it, I think it’s something you do with someone not on your own. The snow in this part was much easier to walk on and I ...