Hotel Glacier du Rhone

Furkastrasse, Gletsch, Valais, Swiss Alps, Switzerland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Furkastrasse, Gletsch, is near Rhine River and Furka Pass.
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    Travel Blogs from Gletsch

    A visit to the Top of Europe.....

    A travel blog entry by eagle10 on Sep 25, 2012

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... of the first parts of the site that I found was the Ice Palace, which consists of passageways and small caves carved out of the ice, with a flat ice floor (it wasn’t overly slippery, which surprised me). There were a number of small cubicles with elaborate ice carvings of birds, polar bears, seals and an Igloo. I was hoping to have a picture taken of me in that location, but the place was packed and crowded so I had no chance for that. Fortunately I was able ...

    Southern Switzerland

    A travel blog entry by brucedr13 on Oct 01, 2011

    12 photos

    We woke up and had breakfast at 8am - Swiss bread with jam/nutella etc and coffee. We then helped feed and move the animals. We left at around 9.30am and headed south, first of all through nearby Nunningen, then bypass Berne and passing along the side of Lakes Thun and Brienz before winding our way up the passes to Totensee at the top of Grimselpass. We had picnic lunch at the top (2500m) where there were some marmots. There were also little patches of snow ...

    Day 2 of Geneva, Switzerland.

    A travel blog entry by sfoster on Sep 24, 2011

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... factory was Established since 1939 and the Auer family has continued a tradition for five generations as chocolate makes, a quality for which they are famous for. One of the prides of the Auer family is the "Pavé Glacé of Geneva" a marvelous chocolate created by Henri Auer in 1940 and also Philippe Auer was named best chocolatier in Geneva in the city competition. I finish the tour of Auers ...

    Day 16 - Furka Pass to Italy

    A travel blog entry by stevenordmark on Aug 20, 2011

    7 photos

    I woke up in Lauterbrunnen Switzerland to the sound of a tuba player practicing his tuba. I think I actually said out load, "A tuba? You're kidding right?" It turns out a Triathlon was coming through Lauterbrunnen and the town arranged for a marching band to signify the event.

    Had breakfast. Packed up. Bought some Swiss souvenirs for Katie.

    Rather than get back on the autobahn, we take the winding scenic road up the mountain on our way to Italy. We ...

    Alpine Journeys

    A travel blog entry by jackw on Oct 09, 2010

    20 photos

    ... in Europe to the top of Jungfrau, at around 11,000 feet! From there, Alpine ice dominated the scenery as we marched along the top of the peak and the glaciers. At around 20F with vicious wind, it was an invigorating experience to say the least!

    OK, I can't even begin to impart all of the wonderful details of the trip. Exam week is next week, so this entry must be kept short! Please enjoy the pictures and I'll talk to you soon.

    - Jack