L'echo des montagnes

Armoy, Haute-Savoie, Rhône-Alpes, 74200, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Armoy

Train to Paris

A travel blog entry by lyndahancy on Oct 05, 2014

6 photos

It was a very early morning start to catch the train to Paris, Barbara met us at the station to say goodbye. We had to change trains at Geneva but otherwise a lovely trip, definitely 1st class is the way to go. On arriving at our very chic, somewhat unusual hotel we dumped our luggage and headed for the Eiffel Tower but not before stopping for a fantastic meal at a ...

Farewell France

A travel blog entry by willbillsadler on Oct 05, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... It’s had its difficulties and some pretty tough and low moments, but overall I feel fortunate to have been able to have such a truly good break and thus feel stronger and more accepting of my situation.

I’m not looking forward to walking into an empty house in Manly, but it’s something I must confront and after being so spoiled over the last five weeks, I should be much better prepared for ...

Lausanne to Montreux, lunch stop at Le Deck

A travel blog entry by lyndahancy on Oct 03, 2014

47 photos

We started the day with a 30 minute walk from Ouchy to Pully where Barbara and Claude live - a walking track along the shores of lake Geneva, passing the Olympic Museum and lots of beautiful gardens. A quick coffee then off we drove through the wine region of the Puidoux, a world heritage listed region famous for vineyards on the side of the mountains for as far as you can see. The small old villages make wine the old way (stipulated by law) and you can smell the fermentation as you ...

A day in Gruyere with Barbara

A travel blog entry by lyndahancy on Oct 02, 2014

113 photos

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 ...

Dam Busters

A travel blog entry by theleggfamily on Aug 12, 2010

5 photos

Sammy wrote:

Yes Stanley, it was very hard climbing the mountain. The path was rocky and steep in some parts.

No I did not have to wear special gear to climb the mountain Molly. We took the chairlift (telesiege) up as far as it would go and then climbed the last few hundred metres on foot. It is summer over here so it was quite warm up on top of the mountain. We ...