After posting yesterday, I went to Zermatt on a petit trip as we announced.
Although it is staying in Saas Fee for the fourth time this time, I had not bothered to visit any time yet, so I had never visited.
Speaking of Zermatt, Switzerland's famous peak = Matterhorn!
It is not a mountain favorite translation, even if it is me, it was a mountain that I wanted to watch once ♪
From Saas Fee to the stop via bus, from there from there <From the world window of the world> GO on the train while watching the scenery that seems to come out!
I arrived at Zermatt in about two hours with waiting time.
The state of the town looks like Saas Fee.
However, as it is famous worldwide, this one was bigger and more multinational.
If you do shopping, Zermatt seems to be able to enjoy more stores, but I do not feel like shopping in Switzerland where prices are expensive, and I personally like the compactness as good as Saas Fee.
By the way I invited everyone today, but no one ever touched my hands, so it's a comfortable trip alone (laugh)
A carriage is running throughout the city.
The goats are also swaggering!
It seems that the objects I thought were left behind by horse dogs were these lost objects. Sorry for horse!
Well, what is the desired Matterhorn? What?
Can you see it from the town? I went without preliminary examination as to whether it is necessary to go up with gondola etc, but I could see the mountain which can be seen at a glance around the center town! !
If it is wrong with this, I will be laughing, probably this is Matterhorn.
I went further and went up to the hill near the gondola landing.
Well ... the top of the mountain is in the clouds. . . (゜ - ゜)
Apparently the Matterhorn seemed to me as saying "Please come again on a sunny day."
But this is a wonderful scenery with this
While enjoying the scenery, the thundercloud was approaching as it was yesterday just like yesterday, so it started to rain, so I saw (once) Matterhorn and left behind Zermatt with a stay of more than 2 hours.
In this way yesterday I fully enjoyed off the brief offense, but the feeling I felt when I was hit by two consecutive thunderstorms came and it turned off today.
I hope to open tomorrow. . .