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Travel Blogs from Saas-Fee
... being constructed in the late 1800s and was completed after 26 years in 1912. The bus ride there was amazing we passed all kinds of farms and beautiful lakes. I was also lucky that it was a beautiful sunny day so I could see everything and the views were ...
... their beer. But I worried in vain because as I found out in France everyone brings drinks to the parties that are then shared with anyone at the party, making for a much more relaxed atmosphere. Although the first party was a dress up party the second wasn’t but nonetheless Jeremy and I kept our weird Japanese fighting costumes on and ran into the party Ninja style. At this party the people were really hitting the drinks and eventually they ...
... too much and tired due to our disruption last night. Planned to drive over the Alps into Italy only to find the road was closed, feeling very jealous of the people out skiing and snowboarding around us. Backtracked slightly to get back on the highway to take us into Italy, taking us up and over the Alps with spectacular views. Parked up near a castle overlooking a lake after loosing alot of height, no snow in sight only a backdrop of snowy peaks from the Alps.
... of our bikes are standing proud. Other than some small electric vehicles, this village is car free; this was a decision taken by the village when the road from Saas Grund was built in 1951, connecting the two.
Saas Fee is a skiing mecca. With 3 cable cars, 1 cog railway , 5 gondolas, 2 chairlifts and 11 T-bar lifts, there is no excuse for not being able to get up high. Any place that is good for skiers is normally a hiking paradise ...
... very humorous), to life in the Netherlands, including the reopening of some major Amsterdam museums. One of the most interesting points was when they said that to this day locals adopt the graves of WW2 Allied soldiers to care and tend. It is so widespread and popular that there is actually a waiting list of locals wanting to have a grave to tend. It reminded me of the Memorial Day I spent at an American cemetery in Belgium and being shocked at the large ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility