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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Hot tub
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Our skiing odyssey continued in the 2nd week at Zermatt, with significant improvements made in all of our skills. Oli and Jesse came along well with the very patient Hannah with both of the boys confidently navigating red runs amongst renditions of One Direction from Jesse. Sal and her new facebook friend Nico made some great progress as well, conquering both the top of the mountain and the tricky Gornergrat runs on the other side of the village. For my ...
... 12 so we killed some time in the shops waiting for 12 o'clock to tick over. We fronted up again to be told if we had "Swiss rail passes" we would get a further discount. We were unaware of this and had not brought them with us, so Carolyn and I did the dash back to the hotel for our Swiss rail passes so we got a decent discount in the end. Off we set on the train climbing, climbing, climbing to the top with all the skiers. ...
... flow of children wearing colorful safety vests and carrying their backpacks--lunchtime! After a very good lunch we headed back into the cable car station, just to use the facilities, and they were selling tickets to the Schilthorn! We bought ours, and boarded our third cable car. Looking ahead and up, we could see that, unlike our earlier rides, this is a double cable, with the ascending and descending cars serving as counterweights to each other. As we started up, Murren ...
... other drivers did the same mistake...) and so on. We didn't get a ticket or anything, just really got yelled at! I had read before about Switzerland and it's parking police, so I was more or less surprised. We got our bathing suits from the trunk and changed inside the car. We then headed to the beach and though I could only go in to my knees because of the very cold water, Mark went all the way in and enjoyed it. We went back ...
... the glaciers to release the frozen water entrapped since winter. Needless to say it was cold! But I risked a drink and I must say it was the best water I've ever tasted. For the next hour or so I just sat and gazed up at the mountains, every now and then playing John Denver over the speakers. Avalanches tumbled down the mountain sides and numerous waterfalls spilled over the cliffs into the valley floor. It is a place where one could stay for days. ...