Hotel de Moiry
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... cabin, almost necked myself on the clothesline that had been strung between the bunk beds, and passed out pretty much the second I miraculously made it up the ladder to the top bunk.
Next morning, woke up thinking I'd slept all of 5 minutes, would have stayed right there in bed if I didn't desperately need to use the bathroom. Pulled on my trackies and stumbled out into what was actually broad daylight, and found half the tour up and ready to ...
... or summer vacations load all their belongings in a large wire basket on wheels to be transported on the supply cable car; one pushes the cart to a house, unloads, and returns the cart to the station (like luggage carts in motels). No private vehicles in the town.
We visited the Co-Op, the only grocery in Murren, and purchased turkey, cheese, and fruit tarts to go with the bread and fruit we had ...
... to summit another peak along the waz (brindli) and hit a cool waterfall (sprutz) and see a reallz cool glacier lake along the waz. so happz i did. this hike was tough! straight up, long, and verz demanding. some parts of the hike were kind of nerve racking as zou were hiking along ridges witha cable to hold on to ...
... off. Each family will own about 20 cows. We never saw a large herd. At any given mountainside, there are little cheese-making chalets. We stopped at one to get a cheese spread sample platter. The cheese is so tasty and creamy. I love Swiss cheese!
Switzerland is so expensive! To get a dinner of fondue and bread is 25 CHF or about $30 each. Spaghetti dinner for 2? $70. Small cup of coffee? $5 (that serves about ...
... laurel everywhere (oh, to have been here about a month ago when it was blooming) and the sound of the cow bells coming over the next hill. Many types of mushrooms abound, and still a few late wildflowers.
After finding the lovely high little turquoise glacier fed lake, we followed the sound of the bells over the next hill and found 16 "reines" (read yesterday's blog entry) making their way from one field to ...