Refuge De L'Observatoire

summit of Le Moleson mountain, Moleson, Gruyere, Fribourg, 1663, Switzerland | Hostel
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This hostel is located on summit of Le Moleson mountain, Moleson.
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    Travel Blogs from Moleson

    Day 15. Rest day definitely over......hard work.

    A travel blog entry by pybus71 on Sep 01, 2014

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    ... to ride for 2 hours up the mountain to a stunning
    area called Creux du Van which is an incredible amphitheater of vertical
    limestone cliffs plunging down to the valley floor below. Although the view was
    definitely worth it, the bike ride was certainly challenging. Although we only
    rode 38kms the vertical climb was 680 meters. The ride up was 2 hours, the
    return trip was 20 ...

    Sixth week come and gone.

    A travel blog entry by lesliegugger on Mar 20, 2014

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    ... own room, far, far away from my grandmother's dreadful flaw, her snoring. Today I went to my "Place Of Origin" as it states in my Swiss passport. Cause apparently I have one of those. Where my grandfather's grandfather was born and raised so that was cool to see where I sprouted from. I have all ways kinda had a identity crisis and this has really helped me have something solid. Ate cheese which is good, I mean you can't have a bad cheese in Switzerland it's like impossible. ...

    Switzerland

    A travel blog entry by robyn4215 on Aug 17, 2013

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    ... town with the backdrop of the Swiss Alps. One if the key sights with prime position by the lake is a statue of Freddie Mercury(from Queen), as he apparently adopted this town as his second home and set up a recording studio in town. He is remembered fondly by this town with the statue after his death at age 45 in November, 1991. Montreaux is probably most famous for its annual jazz festival held in July The next day we took the GOLDEN PASS train from Montreax to ...

    Cheese and chocolate. Blog: Swiss edition.

    A travel blog entry by jamierobinson on Feb 11, 2013

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    ... anyone more than 30cm away, so we had to call it a night. Such fun though!

    Waitangi Day

    After celebrating Australia day in such exuberant fashion, it was only right that we do something to mark our ‘national day’ as well. And celebrate we did! A bunch of us went to Catherine’s for dinner. . . ROAST LAMB! Oh my god, it was such a feast. Two legs of lamb, most of a paddock of potatoes, heaps of veges, crepes and nutella, ...

    Happy 1st of August!!!

    A travel blog entry by gisworqer on Aug 01, 2012

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    ... I can't post any pics because the iphone stayed with Em. But I'll post some when I can. As it got dark, which isn't until about 9:30 here, we started seeing fireworks and bonfires! We're on the 5th floor and had a great view for miles. Then mother nature joined in with some lightning and rain. Poor folks had to cut their fun short. Well, Happy August 1st anyway, Switzerland! And thanks for the ...