Hotel Restaurant Au Vieux Valais

Crans-Montana, Valais, Swiss Alps, 3963 , Switzerland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Crans-Montana

Jumpers, Bond and Laundry

A travel blog entry by jlb43409


... with the hiking some of our clothes were in need of some soap. So, the rest of the afternoon was spent doing the mundane chore of laundry, but at least we would have clean clothes for the next leg of the trip!

Ken had seen a group of guys heading down to the cliffs and we thought they may be some basejumpers. So while waiting for the laundry to dry, we went over to behind the post office, where we had been told many go to jump. ...

Falls, Schilthorn, Mountain Towns

A travel blog entry by ranlo


... br> 9/13
Perfect sunny day; can see all the mountaintops. Wouldn't you know Lois' cold has drained her energy; no long walks today.

WENGEN: very touristy (train from Lauterbrunnen to Wengen)


Picture perfect Switzerland

A travel blog entry by laura.hamlyn


... accommodation, Schutzenback Backpacerks & Camping, at about 6.30pm, with another Topdeck tour arriving just moments before us. Our accommodation was wooden on a camping ground, with the window looking out to the snow-capped mountains and two waterfalls cascading down the rock face directly across from the door. To say we were in a beautiful part of the world is an understatement. I managed to squeeze in a shower before dinner, however ...

First day skiing

A travel blog entry by awithey


Today was the first day skiing and I woke up at 6:30 am ready to go. At 7:15 was the prayer meeting where we prayed for Easter, the resurrection and of a good day of skiing. At the top was near zero visibility and my goggles had steamed up so I couldn't see anyway. Therefore the first two runs I was almost blind and the slopes were so hard to my legs that I was in agony even on the chairlifts back to ...

Mmmmm ... cake

A travel blog entry by londonpenguin


... space is sufficient that the farmer could drive his wagon full of hay all the way in and even turn around; the hay loft was directly below. Way up at the top of the very high, steeply pitched ceiling was nailed the skull of an ox. There was a superstition that the head of an ox would keep the house strong and sturdy, so the ox that helped build the farmhouse would be slaughtered and its skull nailed up. Because this farmhouse had an ox skull, the farmer must ...


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