Hotel Du Soleil

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

First trip to the Mountain House

A travel blog entry by lindaa48


... a difference. Once back at the car we drive to a very small village for some lunch and then head up the valley to Macugnaga. The snow up here is amazing- still 2m along the side of the road and think on the rooftops of the buildings. The ski season is over, even though there is still a lot of snow. We drive home, stopping to by supplies for dinner and then I have an early night- a combination of jet lag and the walk have left me ...

Switzerland to Switzerland via Italy !?!

A travel blog entry by megandave


... that we forgot the charger to his camera. Nonetheless Matt still amasses 600+ photos from this 1.5 hour train leg alone.

At the interchange in Italy we make a quick connection to the next train. Time to practice those train boarding skills….7 suitcases on, 7 people on…oh no we are in first class with second class tickets. They point us through the restaurant car to second class – sorry, pardon, yes they asked us to move ...


A travel blog entry by amy.beith


Today I visited jungfraujoch, also known as the top of a Europe. It is a world heritage site if the Swiss alps by UNESCO. It is the highest railway station in Europe at 3454 m and located in the beautiful Swiss alps. It is really an amazing engineering marvel ...


A travel blog entry by bmah


... earlier to bring along. Yummy bread, yummy fillings.

We sat in 1st class by accident on a train. Simple error. Moved.

All trains seem to have a ticket guy - ticket checker. Some trains you can pay the person, others they toss you off. (at the station not while moving) I'm sure there are hefty fines involved too.

Quite a few people headed to Zermatt based on the lack of seating on the trains and all ...

A Swiss Chalet

A travel blog entry by danielpinno


... was the chapel that has very old frescos. The guide spoke English, but with such a strong French accent that we still couldn't understand him! He was nice enough though and we thanked him before walking back down to the car.

Steffie and I stopped to have a coffee in the town, while the others went to the train station to pick up Louiselle. Then we drove all together to the local supermarket called Migros. ...

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