An Alpine Village
Thursday we headed over to the Forest Fun Park where they have a variety of ropes courses. Vivian had a blast on the Junior adventure park, and conquered all three ropes courses (each one progressively harder than the last). Matt stayed with Vivian and helped her on the kids course for a while before beginning his adventure. Isabella and I set off for the green course, then advanced to the red course. The ropes courses were fun, and challenging – our favorite part of the courses – ziplining of course! This is the Forest Fun Park, and a few pictures of Ella conquering the ropes course and one of the zip lines...
After the park we headed back for a little down time at the hotel and then spent some time touring Zermatt. Zermatt is a quaint little ski village that boasts its Alpine character at every turn. I know believe that every other ski town I’ve ever been to is designed to look and feel like Zermatt. We didn’t think it was going to be possible for us to find another town we loved as much as Stresa, and we definitely did with Zermatt. Here are a few pictures of the town. (okay due to technical difficulties I am only posting one - hopefully I will be able to update this post with a few more pics soon.)
Thursday night we had a great dinner and then the kids went off to watch Peter Pan while the adults all relaxed and enjoyed a few drinks – it was a great relaxing evening. Then time to pack up again and head to our next destination on Friday.