Hotel I Cavalieri

Address: Via Plagnol 2, Sestriere, Piedmont, 10058, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Plagnol 2, Sestriere, is near Pragelato and Via Vialattea.
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Travel Blogs from Sestriere

The Beauty of Real Mountains

A travel blog entry by ellenscofield on Feb 08, 2015

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... I'm still very confused as to how they stay up there and don't plummet to their deaths. Snowshoeing proved to be a super fun experience with a heavy reliance on balance, which apparently I don't have too much of. But I only fell once, everyone in the group fell at least once, even our chaperone!

Then we got to spend some time in the village, it was so quaint. There was the ...

Day on the Slopes

A travel blog entry by jessica.russell on Feb 07, 2015

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So today we had our first "Field Trip" with USAC. It was a lot of fun but boy am I exhausted. We spent the day at a ski resort town in the French Alps. We had several options of things to do (snowshoeing/skiing/snowboarding), but I thought "I'm going to be in the Alps,I might as well make it the first time I ski."

Let me first say the Alps are GORGEOUS I love our mountains in SC/NC but they cannot rival what I saw today. I'm attaching pictures with the ...

(White?) Christmas in the Alps

A travel blog entry by french4ayear on Jan 02, 2015

79 photos

... plague. The entire city is turned into a series of light and music shows with themes ranging from art and film to the creation of the universe. The city literally becomes so packed with people that you may not walk in the opposite direction of the flow. It is thrilling.

Overlooking the city, by the ...

Gaining weight and losing dignity.

A travel blog entry by emezzy on Dec 25, 2014

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... run we attempted. Unfortunately though, we nailed no black runs. Evidently we are not late bloomers destined for a belated Olympic birth in down hill, cross-country or parallel skiing. Nor are we ready to take on the fearless gun t hree year olds (Milo squad equivalents) but merely embarrass ourselves in front of them. Liz disembarking from the chairlift and sliding downhill screaming on her backside, a classy example.


Admittedly when ...

Up in the mountains

A travel blog entry by franj on Sep 28, 2014

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We've left Lourmarin with some sorrow, but soon perked up when we got into the Alps. It's been a perfect day, the trees are turning Autumn colours and although it's 26 degrees there's snow on the high tops. Briancon has this amazing fort built to keep the Italians out many years ago. Tomorrow we go over the mountain to Italy toward ...