Hotel Les Sources

Chemin Du Vernex, Les Diablerets, Vaud, 1865, Switzerland | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Chemin Du Vernex, Les Diablerets, is near Lake Geneva, Villars-Gryon Ski Center, and Golf Club Villars.
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    Travel Blogs from Les Diablerets

    Dutchies, OKTOBERFEST! and flying humans

    A travel blog entry by euro_creep on Oct 03, 2014

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    ... day was Jono getting slapped by some fiesty Italians after they broke his stein.

    Day two saw some seriously committed stein consumption, gee whiz we got stuck in hard. The old hands ensured we got there early enough to get a seat in one of the bigger tents so we could drink comfortably all day. I must have proceeded to eat everything in sight once we hit the rides. Oktoberfest was a truly amazing experience, I'd encourage everyone to do it ...

    Lausanne to Montreux, lunch stop at Le Deck

    A travel blog entry by lyndahancy on Oct 03, 2014

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    ... the village because it's harvest and wine making season. Know a few folks back home that would love a day in this region - it is simply stunning. Lunch was at "Le Deck" in Chexbres, a modern bar and restaurant at the top of the hill overlooking the vineyards and across the lake to France. An infinity pool on the edge gives the impression of being on the precipice, gorgeous outlook. The food and wine week delicious again - perch from the lake, John's new favorite and sea bass, another ...

    A day in Gruyere with Barbara

    A travel blog entry by lyndahancy on Oct 02, 2014

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    Our day trip to Gruyere gave us our country side and small rural village experience in Switzerland. Beautiful rolling hills of green pastures and wooded forests lead to Gruyere, the town famous for that cheese. The old town (for tourists) is a single quaint street with restaurants, hotels, and craft shops. After a coffee and short walk, we had lunch at Le Chalet de Gruyeres, famous for its fondue. We ordered their specialty fondue - gruyere and vacherin cheeses with white wine, dipping ...

    Cheese and chocolate!

    A travel blog entry by woodsies on Oct 04, 2012

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    ... Indonesian squeal with the realization of what I had said. They became my companions for part of the day and the elderly mother held on to my arm just as the ibu-ibu used to do when we lived there.  She wanted a photo with me, and I did some rudimentary translation for her, although her daughter's English was good.  She is here studying hospitality and her family is visiting. My relational side was warmed and I reflected on God's special care when we need it. The ...

    Grappa with Mr. Fondue

    A travel blog entry by snoopski on Mar 04, 2012

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    ... Possum..had a nice lunch on the deck on top of the Isanau gondi...Shari\Susan ordered up a fondu and then "Mr. Fondu" came over with a special drink (kirsh) and tried to get Shari drunk. It was quite entertaining to say the least! Fun time first day...more to ...