Hotel Du Chamois

L'Etivaz, Chateau-d'oex, Bernese Oberland, Swiss Alps, 1831, Switzerland | Hotel
Prices starting from $43.00

Travel Blogs from Chateau-d'oex

Base Camp: Martigny.

A travel blog entry by jamesonthevf201


... perfectly safe for many years now.

The canons - that's what they're called - were very kind to me. I attended the evening mass at which a local choir performed beautifully. I dined with them in the evening, and joined them again for sung morning prayers and breakfast.There was a charge for staying there, but at no time did I feel anything other than a pilgrim being given the best of spiritual and temporal hospitality as I ...

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A travel blog entry by jamesonthevf201


... though once again a large chunk of it was done in the rain. I stayed at the youth hostel for two nights to enable me to take a side-trip to a neighbouring town to collect my guidebooks from the local post office. I am glad to have access to off-road routing after several days relying again on my road map.

Lausanne is home to the International Olympic Committee and FIFA. ClearlyClearly, there was a lot of civic pride in the Olympic association, whereas the only evidence of ...

Day 51: Sion to Vevey

A travel blog entry by jimboandsusan


... lake, we passed a train line where there were workmen replacing the sleepers. We've never seen how this is done before, and were amazed to see a machine lift up the rails so the sleepers could automatically be put underneath - we didn't know train tracks could bend so much! A brief stop in the rain lifted our spirits and we went playing in puddles. Unfortunately, while in the middle of a huge puddle, I discovered a submerged edge, which suddenly sent my bike sideways and ...

Igloo and snow tubing

A travel blog entry by barbo


... At one stage Travis bit the dust, head first and his face was numb with cold. Bridgette and Steven had to go as Steven had to milk and Bridgette was performing in a concert which we are going to tonight. Travis and Jessie walked to the dog sledding, but they were closed for the day. Home and rested, we went to Bridgette’s concert. She plays clarinet in the local Fahni band and they played 4 or ...


A travel blog entry by gibbas


... and decided to try a rosti as this seems to be a popular choice in Swiss restaurants. We had a mushroom sauce over the rosti and while it was good, I don't think it was astounding! I did a bit of shopping in the afternoon and we saw the main sights within the city. The clock tower probably being one of my favourites. Some of the shops are below street level in the basement with two doors that open back onto the road. It looked quite bizarre


This hotel, located on L'Etivaz, Chateau-d'oex, is near Lake Geneva, Villars-Gryon Ski Center, and Golf Club Villars.
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