Hotel Bellavista

Via Alpsu 19, Disentis, Grisons, Swiss Alps, Switzerland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Disentis

Over the passes to Andermatt

A travel blog entry by adventurescot


... as well as rain!! It did not take me long to turn round and head back own the pass to Andermatt.

With the weather changing as it was I decided to stop off in Andermatt and so booked into my usual hotel in the high street.

Boxes offloaded and a quick look outside to check on the weather and I was off for a quick ride up the mountain to the summit of Oberal Pass. This pass starts its climb right from the second you leave Andermatt and twists its way up the mountain ...

Pocketbread on the Stanserhorn!

A travel blog entry by jen.greening


... how high they were. We even saw the famous Matterhorn!

All the excitement made us hungry, so we ordered up some more of the delicious cheesy pasta crumbly dish we'd had the night before along with cider bier, wienerschnitzel, applesauce, fries, cheesecake and "pocketbread." Not wanting to spend one more cent on our huge lunch, unbeknownst to me, Chris grabbed two rolls and shoved them into the pocket of his cargo shorts. ...

Days after: best and worst around the world

A travel blog entry by ursburs

... Zion National Park; Clam chowder out of the bun in San Francisco; Popeye's chicken in Chicago.
ECUADOR: Pizza at the Vagabund Restaurant in Tena; Oranges from San Cristobal, Galapagos Islands; French Fries at the Cascada Brew Pub in Banos; Shanta's Snake juice in Vilcabamba
PERU: Vegetarian Restaurant upstairs in the Indian shop on Plaza San Francisco, Cusco; Tienda Wong, the fancy food store in Arequipa.

To the top of the Alps!

A travel blog entry by chrisbriley


Schweiz, tag Drei—Swizerland, Day 3

Well we can say that we have been on top of a glacier, a Swiss Alps glacier. We were debating between Mt. Titles and Mt. Pilatus today. They both offer great sites and activity, but differ in the choices they offer.

We chose Mt. Titles because of its height (10,000 feet) and all the activities offered on top of the mountain. We had to take four cable car lifts to get ...

Mt. Titlis

A travel blog entry by singhsoumya


... chair li ft cable car and got a professional photo done...stayed on the snow for a while all the time stunned with amazing perfectness...had coffee at the open air restaurant with some vada was around 3:00 and we decided to see the glacier caves before our descent...the caves were pretty eerie and intriguing as well... it was a proper moving glacier...took the ...


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