Hotel Le Chalet

Address: Chemin de Chanelaz, Cortaillod, Neuchâtel, 2016, Switzerland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cortaillod

Day One: Amalfi

A travel blog entry by d72wilson on Sep 07, 2014

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Today's entry is a bit blurry. Entering it on day 6. Checked lost luggage web site: "searching". Talked to travel agency - Rosanna - she promised to call when the suitcases show up. She is very helpful. Spent the day exploring the harbour and core of Amalfi. Bought some ...

Sixth week come and gone.

A travel blog entry by lesliegugger on Mar 20, 2014

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... young children, middle aged men and women, tweens, teens and everything in between were there. For me the coolest part is that you can be completely warm in the pools and be outside where in winter snow surrounds the pool side. There is like an old unspoken tradition that all of the wanna be tough, young, macho men, sit in the hottest heated pool, come sprinting out, roll around in the snow then jump back in the warm water, nearly drowning everyone as the race to stop the ever ...

My Switzerland adventure

A travel blog entry by georgia7 on Sep 04, 2013

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... The men are going to wear a cropped canvas jacket with a loose blouse and trousers. Once we got there we saw other beautiful outfits as well such as pretty puffy blouses and tight leather vests with red skirts. We then went home, got dressed and went out to the streets to celebrate. The celebration was great, everyone was dressed up roaming around in the streets, children had paper lanterns and houses were lit with gorgeous candles. This day meant something to the ...


A travel blog entry by shelbychristine on Apr 07, 2013

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... we slept in, which felt amazing. Traveling wears us out. Then Jess and I explored the city and all of its stores. We mainly were focused on the Swiss made watches, Swiss knives, and Swiss chocolate of course! That night we met her daughter, Merritt and we had a traditional Swiss meal which included using a raclette, which melts cheese that you then put over potatoes or slices of bread. Swiss cheese also turns out to be very delicious. April 4th Jess and I took a trip to ...

Backpacking list

A travel blog entry by chahan on Mar 18, 2012

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... air + charger

Take a laptop, tablet,..
or not ? Well, most hostels have internet and computer free to use.
however, to for example write this blog, it would have been very
cumbersome. Regarding savety, you must accept that you might return
without it (mine broke, maybe due to humidity ?), but don't panic. South
america is pretty safe and in hostels you almost always have lockers. ...