Residence Hotel Atlantic

Saas-Fee, Valais, Swiss Alps, CH-3906, Switzerland | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Saas-Fee

Wanderweg - walk up valley road to Hotel Waldhaus

A travel blog entry by janellevdv on Aug 07, 2014

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Today after a nice lie in and late breakfast (ah this is the life!) we decided to walk further up the valley along the road to see what we could see. We walked 'up' the mountain along the road and Wanderweg (walking track). We found the road turned into one-way for a short stretch... For 20 min per hour you can go up, 10 min leeway, for next 20 min you can drive down, then ...

Gondola to Oeschinensee Lake

A travel blog entry by janellevdv on Aug 06, 2014

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... so Tom took the kids out in the boat while I looked on. After that we walked back to the gondola and had a go on the toboggan cart run they have there. What a view from the carts! Kids loved it. Down in the gondola again to the town. A look through town at the Swiss Army knives. Dinner cooked by moi tonight and a nice stroll through the camp ...

Breakfast in Italy, Dinner in Switzerland

A travel blog entry by cindytomshega on Jul 10, 2014

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... 50 Fahrenheit). 40' at night in zermatt. We park our car in the most beautiful parking garage ever. Sooooo clean. Then we take train into zermatt. There are no fuel vehicles in the town. Just little golf cart size vehicles. We literally wheel all our luggage through town to the hotel so awesome. Our apartment is a 2 bedroom gorgeously spacious place. The girls ...

Steffisburg to Jungfrau,

A travel blog entry by lilianartt on Oct 03, 2012

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... face of the Eiger. The train tracks go all over the different parts of the region, so once again we changed trains and took the famous Jungfrau train which is the highest railway in Europe. This Train Journey is awesome it was built in 1912 it is less than 10km long and it took 16 years to build. The track powers through both the Eiger and the Monch and the train stopped at 2 places, where view points have been cut ...

Gimmelwald and Trümmelbach Falls

A travel blog entry by clammysox on Jun 12, 2012

1 comment, 13 photos

... to Trümmelbach Falls.

The scenery on the cable car was awesome ...

At the bottom of the hill, we caught a local bus to the Falls, but while we waited for our bus to arrive, a tour bus attempted to collect a group of Japanese tourists, but underestimated the clearance under the cable ...


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