L'echo des montagnes

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

Bye Bye and Thank You

A travel blog entry by neprostomaria on Dec 07, 2014

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... 1086;вет 72;ми и делом в орган 80;зации этого путеш 77;ствия! Я поста 88;аюсь расск ...

Breathe It In

A travel blog entry by labellevie on Nov 18, 2014

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After a whirlwind trip to the south of France, my parents and I are heading back to Geneva to catch our flight home on Wednesday. Since we had plenty of time, we decided to take a small detour to the east side of Avignon to visit the Lavender Museum.

This turned out to be an incredibly fascinating and soothing adventure. We were able to learn all about lavender, it's different types, what it needs to grow, and how it is distilled ...

Genial Geneva

A travel blog entry by kteam on Oct 23, 2014

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... child of a pizza quiche liaison, this was interesting but nice.
Dinner finished we debated the merits of another beer but with the temperature dropping further we made our way back to our nights accommodation which was cosy and warm. It didn't take long after this for our bodies and brains to slip into the much needed reprieve of a good sleep.

Our second day in Geneva started with a complimentary breakfast at our hotel after which ...

Geneva - Lausanne - Valdahon

A travel blog entry by qtie-soumeya on Oct 22, 2014

... their mountains, they are not short of reasons. They have more high peaks than any other country in Europe

We went window shopping, we looked around at clothes and shoes, but no one bought anything. We saw the watch shop all the watches were made of gold and other metals. We took pictures and more pictures. Later we went to a restaurant to eat lunch. It was like an all you can eat restaurant, it was all kinds of food you can think of… first you ...

Dam Busters

A travel blog entry by theleggfamily on Aug 12, 2010

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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 ...