La Val Bergspa Hotel
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“I WANT TO PET THE BABY HEEEEEEE HAAAAAAAAWWWWWW!”
“What??” I asked again…
“Mama..” strutted Talia (yes, in my world you CAN strut a sentence), “She wants to pet the Donkey – Hee Haw.. Get it?” ..apparently Talia is now translating for me…
“YA MAMA! HEEEHAWWWW DONKEY!”
..um… Avaia doesn’t ...
... they show the most wonderful swirls of erosion and then there are the entrances to 2 secret chambers constructed for WW2 but never used. Outside one of them is a beautiful carving of the Swiss eagle emblem – all this was done on the opposite side to the walkway, meaning that the constructors & carvers had to work suspended from platforms.
The walk through the gorge took us about 40 mins but many ...
... balcony to drink some more. We had the music going and were having an awesome time and then decided to head down to the 'bomb shelter' (the name of the bar) at about 10pm. We were all quite tipsy bu this point and had a good time dancing together and having a few more drinks. We had all become so close and it was getting so sad that we only had 2 more countries to visit and a few more days left together. We had to make the most out of the next few days and nights!
... city and had a wonderful pasta and pizza meal at one of the pizzarias. This was one of the best pasta I have ever had! We came back to our room and slept to get ready to go to Berne the next day, where we were going to meet Hans at 9:30am.
July 13th, 2013.
We started at about 9:30am and we were scheduled to reach Berne by 11am but by the time we negotiated the traffic in Berne it ...
After breakfast we walked up to the forest again for some exercise.
Then the family took us to Rhine Falls an impressive waterfall about 30 minutes from Zurich (5 SF each).
It was then off to Katrins house for Xmas dinner, which was a bit hit with Shareen. We had a traditional Swiss dish of potatoes and melted cheese (Raclette). You had to put the cheese on a special little platter under a grill to melt it, then scoop it onto the potatoes - yum ...