Post by Lauren
You may recall from the blog we took the Glacier Express to St. Moritz this winter. When we took it while Gabe’s family was here, it was equally as beautiful only half covered in snow.
This time, instead of St. Moritz, we headed to winter sports capital, Davos. We passed through in route to Klosters, which was the choice vacation getaway for Princess Di and family. You see, I figured I’d class up the selection and provide us the lodging of royalty. Just kidding, it was the only hotel in the entire region left since it was still ski season. And I can promise you that they didn’t stay in the Swiss Sport Lodge, although it was fine for our tastes 🙂
You can see a pictorial recap of our journey below:
Starting out in Zermatt and heading to Brig. Not much snow at all this time! We love watching the wonder on everyone’s faces!
- Continuing on through Fiesch, Reckingen, Muster, Fulka and the canton of Ori.
- Everyone in awe in Andermatt. It’s my favorite on the ride, too!
Cutting through the Rhine Gorge, passing through Davos and reaching our destination of Klosters.
Enjoying their first Swiss fondue and raclette in Klosters. Since the raclette was Type 2 and served without meat, the group favorite was the mushroom fondue. We were the only ones in the restaurant with an exclusively German-speaking owner. It was a really
awkward fun experience!
We stayed at the Swiss Sport hotel in Klosters. We found Klosters to be small and tranquil – not a place for late night action. We had to create our own! The evening was fun of laughter and fun. Don’t let The French Cougar tell you that is water in her hand – we believe its wine! Also don’t even ask why Dunkel and Sweet Wine have those amused looks on their faces. What happens in Klosters stays in Klosters!
A bonus is that The Gladiator and Mama Mia celebrated their wedding anniversary on this stint of the trip. We are so glad we got to spend it with them!