Hotel La Soldanelle

Les Quartiers, Chateau-d'oex, Bernese Oberland, Swiss Alps, 1837, Switzerland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Les Quartiers, Chateau-d'oex, is near Museum of Artisan and Folklore (Musee Artisanal du Vieux Pays d'Enhaut).
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Travel Blogs from Chateau-d'oex

Day 21. Pyramids of Euseigne

A travel blog entry by pybus71 on Sep 07, 2014

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... ht down for a 1000 meter
vertical descent. Eina. Sore knees and toes were in order and to round it all
off the path was full of stinging nettles and the temperature must have been
close to 30 degrees. Oh well, one has to do these things as well in order to
appreciate life to the full.

So at last, back to our “house on wheels” and off to our
camp where we washed away our aches and pains with a few cold ones and a Swiss “Boerie”


Departure, Lili & Guillermo; Geneva; Frankfurt

A travel blog entry by d72wilson on Sep 06, 2014

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... Arrivals pixel board and discovered that Lili and Guillermo's flight was 2-hours late! We relaxed, knowing that we weren't late after all. Met them as they arrived and went for coffee. Pleasant chat over coffee. All four of us had had a rewarding exchange. Guillermo and I walked to the car. He got behind the wheel and brought us to the Short-Term Parking easily. We unloaded our stuff; the loaded their's and we said goodbye. We had ...

Day Eleven: Hiking above Les Avants

A travel blog entry by d72wilson on Sep 03, 2014

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Incredible journey on remarkable roads. Finally located village of Avants and the train station and automated ticket machine. Fun ascent up a funicular (100 year old installation) to landing on the ridge above the village. Just in front of the Hotel de Sonloup. A group of preschool kids were gathered there with their ...

Salt Mines - due to the rains….

A travel blog entry by karin.histon on Aug 11, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... Kms into the mountain itself. If you are even slightly claustrophobic (I….kinda am)…then this train ride is something you needn't try to wrap your head around too much.

You are squished in a small train, there is zero ability to stand and the train itself is JUST barely smaller than the tunnel in which it travels. You still travel at swiss lightening speed down this tunnel which is lit ...

Enough of the Up Already!

A travel blog entry by mjc63 on Jul 25, 2013

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... made even more challenging by the fact that we weren't on any designated path. We had left the path to travel to the top of the ridge, for the views of course. Up and up we went until finally we reached the top where a cross was proudly displayed. Farmers often did this to help prevent bad luck, droughts, floods, avalanches etcetera. We walked on a little way and in a shallow saddle we came to the favourite ...

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