La Rocaille

Address: Chateau-d'oex, Bernese Oberland, Swiss Alps, CH-1837, Switzerland | Hotel
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This hotel, located in 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 2 Zurich-Berne-Montreux-Lake Genève (Evian)

A travel blog entry by willing3 on Aug 09, 2015

29 photos

... arrived at our Evian hotel and it was lovely. After we settled in, one of us going on the optional extra were to meet at 4.45pm. We went to a tiny, quaint place called 'Yvoire' and it was gorgeous. It is a fortified village sitting of the edge of Lake Genève. We had dinner at a restaurant called Du Port, the main meal was ok, but the sweets where lovely. Back to the hotel by 10.30pm then drinks with friends Darren and Sherry Jennings from ...

Quarks and Fondue

A travel blog entry by onawym on Aug 06, 2015

4 comments, 25 photos

... in only 3 years. Then I headed through
the Tarn Gorge along a beautiful road that followed the river with limestone
cliffs towering above. My plan then was to head South-east to check out Nimes
and Avignon. Here’s your history lesson for today – Nimes is where the clothing
material, Serge, was first created. A bloke called Levi Strauss realised it
made very good hard-wearing work-wear and imported it to the States to make a
certain well-known type ...

Grottes des Fées and the thermal baths.

A travel blog entry by karin.histon on Aug 13, 2014

1 comment, 25 photos

... many hungry mouths. Places to set, food to organize, room to make when you have all of a sudden 15 people in your house!

Raclette is really the most ideal of dishes for this type of gathering. You serve a little potato with a little puddle of heavenly melted cheese along with bread and dried meats and voila! Instant delicacy.

We were honoured by Richard being the official "Racletteur" for the evening and doing it the ...

St. Nicholas Pushes Santa Aside

A travel blog entry by bluetick1305 on Dec 07, 2013

1 comment, 7 photos

It was a sunny Saturday afternoon as Steve and I packed the girls bags for our first train ride down to Fribourg for the St. Nicholas Festival. Every year on the evening of the first Saturday in December, St. Nicholas rides into Friboug on his donkey, escorted by a procession of musicians, singers, and men dressed in black cloaks with "whipping brooms" made of twigs. St. Nicholas is a 4th century bishop from ...

Ticket to ride - all day!

A travel blog entry by woodsies on Oct 01, 2012

5 photos

... of the dogs and the waitress just stepped over them. I hopped off the bus briefly at Territet on the way home but was running out of steam for any more serious sightseeing.  It was  such a pretty town and the most interesting thing I saw was a rare Anglican church which had a beautiful garden. That was the nearest I came to getting to church today!   I saw some lovely gardens and flower beds today.  Unlike in Italy, where gardens mostly seemed to be greenery, they ...

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