Hotel La Printaniere

Le Petit Pre, Chateau-d'oex, Bernese Oberland, Swiss Alps, 1837, Switzerland | Hotel

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Base Camp: Martigny.

A travel blog entry by jamesonthevf201


... their fine little town.

Tonight I am staying in an eight-bed dormitory on a camping site. There are two other residents, who I have yet to meet. It's probably the cheapest digs on offer at 23 Swiss Francs (approx 20 Euros) per night. I've done better than I expected for accommodation costs in Switzerland so far, thanks to staying initially in a shared room in a private home and then youth hostelling in Lausanne and ...

I'm thinking of a jazzy title for this entry.

A travel blog entry by jamesonthevf201


... was some unflattering graffiti on walls in the town. In all honesty, the place isn't ideal for a rest day as there are some steep inclines to deal with to visit the Protestant Cathedral - protestantism is the major Christian tradition in th is Canton - and other old town sites.

I say that I'm glad to have the guides, yet they contain information about the upcoming climb through the Alps that has triggered fears about how my vertigo problems will be managed as I make my way ...

Day 51: Sion to Vevey

A travel blog entry by jimboandsusan


... lost my balance! Fortunately I stayed upright, but my pannier bags bounced outward! Just after catching our first few glimpses of the lake, and passing a sign to Noville, we looked back and saw something terrifying... It was probably the scariest cloud I've ever seen! It looked like a giant sausage in the sky! We knew that could only mean one thing... We're getting wet! Nearing Montreax, we lived through a cyclists worst nightmare - heavy traffic, loads of pedestrians, no ...

Igloo and snow tubing

A travel blog entry by barbo


... which I thoroughly enjoyed. The conductor had us clapping and I had difficulty keeping my feet still and the grin off my face. The band members then did a play, in which Bridgette had a main part, but Travis and I had no idea what was said, but could pick up some of the funny parts by the body language. After a light supper (vols –au – vent) we went home after another very enjoyable, different ...

Gruyeres Castle, Raclette, and Chocolate

A travel blog entry by gatravel


... raclette. I can't wait to make it back home. Just have to order a raclette machine first. Just like fondue, it's a fun thing to do with a group of people. And it's based around eating cheese. How can you go wrong with that?!

We toured the castle and bought a few souvenirs in the gift shop and then headed down to the Callier chocolate ...


This hotel, located on Le Petit Pre, Chateau-d'oex, is near Museum of Artisan and Folklore (Musee Artisanal du Vieux Pays d'Enhaut).
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