Mezzalama Refuge

Valle d''Aosta, Valle d'Aosta, Italy | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Valle d'Aosta

SNOW.RAIN.SUN......SWISS ALPS....ZERMATT

A travel blog entry by cindytomshega

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Today was really fun. We took ski lifts and gondolas up to Matterhorn Paradise. This is on Klein Matterhorn at 12,500 feet. On a sunny day we would have had a great view of the MATTERHORN. today not so much. It was 27 degrees. Snowing and blowing. It is hard to believe that it is July 11 when you are up there. It was beautiful. We ...

Hike to Weisshorn

A travel blog entry by egatfield

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... close to the edge of the mountain, peering down into the valley floor below, we thought we must have climbed up Jack's beanstalk to his home in the sky. Inside, the hotel seemed every bit of its 150 years of age: creaky wooden floors, cracks traveling the ceiling, and doorjams and staircases that seemed just left or right of square, But the dining room and the four course dinner were the highlights of the hotel. Located on ...

Breakfast in Italy, Dinner in Switzerland

A travel blog entry by cindytomshega

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... 50 Fahrenheit). 40' at night in zermatt. We park our car in the most beautiful parking garage ever. Sooooo clean. Then we take train into zermatt. There are no fuel vehicles in the town. Just little golf cart size vehicles. We literally wheel all our luggage through town to the hotel so awesome. Our apartment is a 2 bedroom gorgeously spacious place. The girls ...

Watch Out for the Slugs (and snails)!

A travel blog entry by egatfield

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... to the train station for the next leg of our journey to Grimentz and Zinal.

We boarded the train at 9:15 and headed east to Sierre/Siders to catch a bus. The countryside flashing by the window showed vineyards rising to unimaginable heights on the rock faces of the surrounding mountains. It was a quick 30 minute ride, and deposited us at a station where we had another challenge of figuring out the bus system. We missed our quickest connection, ...

Mountains, Mountains, and more Mountains!

A travel blog entry by egatfield

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... side of me panged to set off into the vastness and battle whatever lay ahead.

Once at top, we enjoyed the views and a sandwich and brownie in the small, igloo shaped restaurant, and then descended back to Verbier as the rain began to pour down in heavy sheets. All in all it was an unforgettable day and gave me a new meaning of mountain terrain as they seemed to stretch on interminably into the drifting clouds that worked their way through the valleys.
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This hotel, located on Valle d''Aosta, Valle d'Aosta, is near Monterosa Ski Resort, Castore Summit, and Pollux Summit.
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