Hotel La Cordee

Rt. De La Duit, Grimentz, Valais, Swiss Alps, 3961 , Switzerland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rt. De La Duit, Grimentz.
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Travel Blogs from Grimentz

Peak of the trip in Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland

A travel blog entry by writemich on Aug 28, 2013

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... to pay the gondola fee in cloudy weather... we were close enough - Drunken nighttime stroll up Staubach waterfall (the cave behind the falls that goes up halfway, and stops with a gorgeous view of the water above and below). One moment you're drunk and creating a masterpiece drawing at a restaurant (eating Rosti by the way, which is a delicious local potato based dish), and the next moment you're in ...

And we're off!

A travel blog entry by a_sheesha on Jun 21, 2013

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... and plenty of light. Tomorrow, weather cooperating, we will hike! The funicular is right behind our chalet which is super convenient. But no matter what, tomorrow will be amazing; not just because we are here in the Alps, but we will be celebrating our 12th wedding anniversary. I couldn't have been more blessed with my hubby, my best friend, and love of my life. Today I'm grateful, humbled and overwhelmed with a full heart. Oh and I seem to cry ...

Mannlichen and First

A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Oct 06, 2012

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... gondola would slow down, the doors would open and if you wanted to get off, you could. If not, you continued on, the doors closed and you zipped up to the next one! On the last leg we could watch people zip-lining down from the top. It was only a 45 second ride, but they got going really fast! On the way up we enjoyed our sandwiches and the views all around. Anoop also realized that he had lost his sunglasses somewhere on the way ...

Shopping Back Home

A travel blog entry by kinkajou25 on Jul 25, 2011

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... funny Swiss hats there too.

Also on the way home, we walked past a window of a store. In the window was a model of a Swiss helicopter picking up a cow. I don't know why.

After walking down the main street of town, we cut onto a dirt road that led back to our condo.

And that ends this day.


The Hills Are Alive

A travel blog entry by missface on Dec 26, 2010

1 comment, 1 photo

... backdropped against the tremendous view of the valley below. I can see why Shelley wrote his ode to one of these Mountains and was so moved by their aloof existence, why Frankenstein's monster fled to these snowy slopes and why so many other artists, writers and characters were effected by their presence. BLLEEEW MAAAH MIIIINNND.

Rachael Out.

For a more detailed recount of my adventures visit my companion's blog.

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