Les 4 Saisons

Address: Rte de Chevalley, Ovronnaz, Valais, Swiss Alps, 1999, Switzerland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rte de Chevalley, Ovronnaz.
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      Bye Bye and Thank You

      A travel blog entry by neprostomaria on Dec 07, 2014

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      ... 1074; голуб 86;й чемод 72;нчик, ногти накра 96;ены голуб 99;м лаком, и мой купал 00;ник ...


      A travel blog entry by williamgillum on Nov 23, 2014

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      ... up at 3 in the morning to catch a taxi, a train with a layover to another train, a bus, a plane to Rome, another train, a metro, then one more train to get home to Viterbo. We made it to Turnio alright, but one of the girls we were with was being so slow, and we ended up missing a train because of it. I was getting pretty peeved because she did it again and we almost missed our other train by a few seconds. The last train we needed to get on left in ...

      Day Seven: Spa Day near Montreux

      A travel blog entry by d72wilson on Aug 31, 2014

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      ... from the snack bar. Headed back to Montreux for a walk on the promenade and supper at another Molinos restaurant. People at the adjacent table, with two little kids (ages close to Charlie and Noah) were in town from Vancouver. Drive home included a 20 km detour caused by GPS' feeble sense of direction. Enjoyed coffee and Indiana Jones on BBC ...

      The Aiguille Du Midi, Chamonix!

      A travel blog entry by cfamilytravels on Jan 12, 2014

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      ... some were going down the glacier (and ending up at the Mer de Glace where we visited yesterday) and others were going down the mountain "off piste". They were launching themselves out a special tunnel and then had to navigate carefully along a ridge to start their journey.

      The view of Mont Blanc was stunning. It is the highest mountain in Europe, standing at 4810m above sea level. It was huge and majestic and so close to us that we felt like we were nearly on the same ...

      Montenvers - Mer de Glace - Mont Blanc

      A travel blog entry by cfamilytravels on Jan 11, 2014

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      ... melts, more steps are added. It is melting

      We walked inside the glacier and it was cold, quiet, still, eerie and quite an awesome experience. Especially when you realise the whole thing is moving down the valley at 1cm an hour and you are inside with all your family! They had carved through the ice to make a tunnel and a cave, which was lit up with various coloured lights and it made the ice look amazing. There ...