Seminar- und Wellnesshotel Stoos
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... 4,370 ft drop). Fighter jets whizzed overhead every so often and people paragliding around the valley dotted the sky. Spent the rest of the day traversing all of the ski runs and lifts. Snow was a bit slushy at lower altitudes due to warmth and clear sunny skies but it was still pretty easy to get plenty of speed on the groomed segments. Wanted to ride the entirety of the ledgendary 9-mile long, 7,132 ft drop "Inferno" run, but the run was ...
... The train ride up took 2 hours but the views made up for that and time went pretty fast! I could upload so many photos they are endless! Sleeping was nice there as it wasn't too hot but defiantly not too cold! There a little pub/ wanna be nightclub in the campground so had a few drinks there with a few other topdeck groups. Fair to say that we will both be visiting Switzerland again!! N & B ...
... everywhere? So far, apart from the major sights in Venice, we have felt that we are not being squashed in with the massive peak period crowds. They explained their return journey: somewhere in France, Calais, Clumber Park, Berwick and Dundee (that’s 5 solid travelling days in total) We have Buhl, The Felsings, Arnhem and the ferry (2 1/2 days plus overnight) They agreed that North Shields which they’d done before) was indeed a good route and had heard that the new ...
... a quiz night. Kat and Mark joined us for the quiz and we put in a strong performance putting ourselves into second place, one point behind the leaders, by the end of the six question rounds. Then we just had the picture and geography rounds, which were marked together. At the end of this we managed to overturn the one point deficit and turn it into a single point win! On that high note we took our winners packet of custard cream biscuits and headed off to finish the ...
... Zurich. Another train to my destination leaves just as I manage to get on it (another big railway station that's hard to navigate). The train conductor this time examines my Eurail pass like he thinks I'm a criminal, even shining UV on it (I didn't even know those markings were there, no one else has done that). I keep thinking he's going to stamp or clip it and thus invalidate it, and make various distressed noises. He finishes by scolding me for not filling ...