Le Petit Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Petit Hotel Zermatt
Back then I did not have that much money, I chose the Le petit Hotel because it seemed to be fairly priced.
I only stayed a couple of nights, it isn't called "petit" without a reason, but I was traveling alone so the rooms offered enough space. It was clean and c, what else can you ask for :-)
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years ago when I was a very young child my good grandmother sent me a post card
of the mighty Matterhorn mountain. I loved this post card and still have it
today. My goal then was to one day get to see this massive mountain with my own
eyes and today was the day.
have been to the Alps many times but somehow have never managed to get close up
... over the last few days and not much sleep my body was exhausted and was wanting some rest. i stopped at a local shop and bought some Red Bull to try and keep me awake and then continued.
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