Hotel Meuble' Meridiana
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... down the valley and up again and soon I gave up
and headed back to Gornergrat.
now it was snowing and the chances of me getting anymore shots of Matterhorn
were not looking good at all. The temp was now a wonderful -5 and so I headed
back to the train station.
walk back to the station was sure an adventure and a rather scary one at that.
Of course me being me I wanted the best photos of the area and so I decided to
take a detour ...
... by 3 large cables each side. It sure was wobbly.
With a few photos taken I made my way back to my bike and continued along this rather boring road.
My head was now nodding and i was struggling to stay awake. Finally as I rode through the town of Stalden I just happen to notice a nice hotel and so it was in there right away.
As the price was good I decided I will stay here for two nights and go and explore Zermatt and Matterhorn tomorrow.
Up to the room and ...
... times. There are many ancient ruins in this tiny Roman town and we found most of them on our bikes. It was good to explore and surprisingly busy. I have been trying to post an ad on Gumtree to sell the beast for the last few days with much frustration as it won't post. I've finally found out that its from their end and they have technical issues so I've wasted a few hours writing the same advert out several times as there is no way to save it. Lucky I'm not on a tight ...
... taking us 4 hours all up and although a bit sore leg wise and toenail wise, we all agreed it was a fantastic excursion. Coffee, beer and something to eat was a welcome treat on our arrival back in town. Drinks at 5 courtesy of the hotel in compensation for no hot water on our first night as the generator had broken down, plus cheese, biscuits and other nibbles in the lounge complete with open fire was a perfect ending to a perfect day and a perfect few days near the ...
Day 4 Not a lot to report, today was tough, bloody tough, as it was -about 30 degrees, not much breeze for most of the day. We walked up 400 mts in elevation, down 900 mts then enjoyed the most delicious ice cream I have ever eaten, before we tackled a 700 mt elevation climb. We arrived at the Refuge BERTONE about 5.20 pm after starting this morning at 7.30 am. I don't like the downhills, as every downhill goes for a couple of hours, and every uphill ...