Hotel Du Soleil

Address: Saas-Fee, Valais, Swiss Alps, 3906, Switzerland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Saas-Fee

Zermatt Week 2

A travel blog entry by scotfordfamily on Dec 14, 2014

27 photos

Our skiing odyssey continued in the 2nd week at Zermatt, with significant improvements made in all of our skills. Oli and Jesse came along well with the very patient Hannah with both of the boys confidently navigating red runs amongst renditions of One Direction from Jesse. Sal and her new facebook friend Nico made some great progress as well, conquering both the top of the mountain and the tricky Gornergrat runs on the other side of the village. For my ...

Day in Zermatt

A travel blog entry by nvs on Dec 13, 2014

47 photos

... 12 so we killed some time in the shops waiting for 12 o'clock to tick over. We fronted up again to be told if we had "Swiss rail passes" we would get a further discount. We were unaware of this and had not brought them with us, so Carolyn and I did the dash back to the hotel for our Swiss rail passes so we got a decent discount in the end. Off we set on the train climbing, climbing, climbing to the top with all the skiers. ...

We lost Mo today.

A travel blog entry by caeneden on Sep 20, 2014

11 comments, 5 photos

... did everything together. How clever were you at Phillip Island? Long walks along the beach. Not too sure about those waves at first but we were very proud of you as you gradually ventured in. Racing up the beach telling those seagulls a thing or two. Racing straight back to us full pelt when we called you. What about that time you gave Emily heart failure when you took off after a hare in the caravan park. She lost sight of you as you ...

Lotschental, where time stood still....

A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Sep 09, 2013

7 photos

... also the one that I felt most apprehensive about revisiting. Thirty years ago, this valley was untouched, unspoilt, unknown. I only knew about it because my uncle Heiri lives in Brig. Back then, there had been no tourist brochures advertising it, like there had been for the other two valleys. This time round, we had picked up a brochure from the tourist office in Brig and I was worried that commercialisation may have taken it over. My fears ...

Swiss Bliss

A travel blog entry by joeandemtomai on Jun 03, 2013

1 comment, 24 photos

... to climb to the summit of Bryndli but we turned back about 40m from the top as it was too dangerous to go any further! We were already climbing almost vertically holding onto grass as the snow makes everything so slippery!

After a massive day hiking yesterday I am so exhausted! But we woke up and looked out the window and realized how beautiful clear the day was! So off we raced to catch the cable car up to Schilthorn- 2970m altitude! ...