Le Tilleul Hotel

252 avenue de la rive, Amphion Les Bains, Rhône-Alpes, 74500, France | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 252 avenue de la rive, Amphion Les Bains, is near Signal de Bougy, Dutch Reformed Church, Sail Rock, and Pissarro Building.
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Travel Blogs from Amphion Les Bains

Train to Paris

A travel blog entry by lyndahancy on Oct 05, 2014

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... queue. I was a bit stunned to see army with full blown guns walking around, and so many police on the streets, best keep my bag close if it's that bad, ha. Then we had a big walk around before hanging out at the laundromat on our street to do some much needed washing. Once the house keeping was finished we headed out again for yes more food! Early night both of us are ...

Farewell France

A travel blog entry by willbillsadler on Oct 05, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... and it’s great to see their resurgence.

I also saw the Wallabies’ result against Argentina, a very sad affair. The only compensation is that the All Blacks got beaten as well!

Yesterday was spent in the pretty little village of Megeve taking it easy and preparing myself for my return home. It’s been a wonderful holiday, and one that really did at most times keep me distracted, my ...

Lausanne to Montreux, lunch stop at Le Deck

A travel blog entry by lyndahancy on Oct 03, 2014

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... the village because it's harvest and wine making season. Know a few folks back home that would love a day in this region - it is simply stunning. Lunch was at "Le Deck" in Chexbres, a modern bar and restaurant at the top of the hill overlooking the vineyards and across the lake to France. An infinity pool on the edge gives the impression of being on the precipice, gorgeous outlook. The food and wine week delicious again - perch from the lake, John's new favorite and sea bass, another ...

A day in Gruyere with Barbara

A travel blog entry by lyndahancy on Oct 02, 2014

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... and potatoes, with a side of dried meat. Now we're not ones for fondue normally, but this was super delicious - very smooth with a creamy cheese flavor that was not too strong. We loved it. Then we washed it down with Gruyere's famous double cream and raspberries. Say no more! After lunch we toured the castle - took us 70 minutes and it was fascinating. Built in the 1500's it has lovely gardens, a tower you can climb (vertigo), many rooms with period furnishings and museum artifacts, ...

I'm on the road again

A travel blog entry by thebests on Aug 11, 2012

20 photos

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More importantly, they started breeding dogs up on the mountain pass. Over the centuries, these experiments gave birth to the St Bernard, the great, horse sized beast popularized in the Beethoven movies. The (in)famous brandy barrel around the dog’s neck is most likely fiction, but you should never let the truth get in the way of a good yarn. Since the tunnel under the pass opened in 1964, rescue operations by the St Bernards have diminished, to the point that in ...