Refuge De L'Observatoire

Address: 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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      Departure, Lili & Guillermo; Geneva; Frankfurt

      A travel blog entry by d72wilson on Sep 06, 2014

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      ... style gadget that has lots of small Swiss Army knife items. The fountain in the harbour is awesome. Train back to the airport in good time and boarded the flight to Frankfurt. Nice flight but delayed at the gate before takeoff. Arrival in Frankfurt left us just 25 minutes to get to the Naples flight. We rushed through the airport and got to the right lounge just before boarding was called. With a sigh of relief, we settled in ...

      Sixth week come and gone.

      A travel blog entry by lesliegugger on Mar 20, 2014

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      ... in the mud with the bike on top of me and white jacket on. That is how much skill I have. If I fall I make sure it's story worthy. So with a big black slimy mud patches on my jacket I walked the bike out of the field, muttering under my breathe things if would never want my grandmother to hear. After I cleaned my self up, my cousins, my aunt, uncle and I left for the party, where us youngins spent the whole night laughing, fooling around, watching a good ice hockey match in ...


      A travel blog entry by robyn4215 on Aug 17, 2013

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      ... are the snow and glacier covered peaks spectacular, but the dairy cows with bells in the steep rolling hills beside the track add to the uniqueness of the journey. The train had to slow down a few times for cows that had wandered on the track but they soon move as he toots the horn! Unfortunately I don't have any photos to share with you of this journey as when Jeff and I returned to Bern that night I had my camera and change purse stolen in a massively crowded supermarket.... ...

      The beautiful city of Bern

      A travel blog entry by dansam2012 on Aug 11, 2012


      ... the track your feet would sink. We made it to the top and got inside to the warm restaurant. We had a warm cup of tea and soup then walked back down in the snow where we played snow ball fights, built a little snow man, and did snow angels. So much fun!!! We went to the ice palace and the Sphinx (lookout) which is 3,571m above sea level. Our intentions were to go to the  Jungfrau Mountain to play in the snow,  get off the second train back down and hike down through the mountains. ...

      One More Stop Before Barcelona

      A travel blog entry by dadonatrain on Apr 30, 2012

      ... either Bern or Geneva by about the time that afternoon when it´d make sense to lay over for the night and continue onward the next day.

      I headed off, and the final two legs from Locarno to a train change in Luzern to Bern made my fifth and sixth trains in a single day; a trip record.

      In Bern, once again I had the tourist office in the train station help find me a hostel. It turned out to be one with six beds in one room, including one very ...