Hotel Restaurant Le Rivage
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Montreux Jazz festival is on so it was quite packed. We saw a few of the touristy things to see, like the Freddy Mercury statue and the Grand Swiss Hotel where Smoke on the Water was written and recorded. We then took a cog train up the alps to Rochers-de-Naye. It is not the highest train in Switzerland to do but it was the closest to where we were staying. It took an hour to wind around ...
... Chateau Chillon where the Chatswood Wind Orchestra was to perform.
This amazing castle was built around the 11th Century on an island which it now completely covers and which was originally like a very large rock just off the main shore. Like, Hohensalzburg, it started out smaller and simpler and was added to over the ages to what it is now. It's not as big as the Salzburg fortress but still very impressive ...
... Vatican or (2) if they have dual citizenship and actually reside in that foreign country. After realizing fighting wars were not the answer, Switzerland made its presence known in the world through such humanitarian organizations as the Red Cross which was founded in Geneva in 1863. During many of the major world wars and conflicts, Switzerland was the one place in Europe over the decades that offered asylum to many fleeing political and religious refugees. ...
... great halls. Very organized brochure describing all the numbered rooms. Audio Tour very worthwhile; even had videos of history, Savon family, etc. Learned a great deal about the history of castles, how they functioned, the arsenal, prison, and princely residence. Climb the stairway to the Tower for great views. (TIP: hotel has pass ...
... squeezed juices, and a spectacular patisserie. I watched for a while to figure out how to do it and it really was just serve yourself and take to the cashier, which I duly did. I had a full meal for less than a restaurant main and it was all fresh and delicious. Now that is what a serious tourist needs for lunch! I had delayed as long as I could, hoping the sun might break through before I headed up the funicular to Mont Pelerin, which is all about the view. ...