Minotel Olivone & Posta

Address: Valle di Blenio, Biasca, Ticino, Swiss Alps, Switzerland | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Valle di Blenio, Biasca.
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    A travel blog entry by manxlee2 on Aug 21, 2014

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    Day 8 - The Grimselpass

    A travel blog entry by scrivtravel on Oct 02, 2013

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    ... side took over:




    The signal for getting 'near' to the summit were the large dammed lakes of Raterichsboden See and Grimsel See, with their light-blue glacier water. From there it was only another 200m of climbing on more scalectrix roads.





















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    Alps passes blocked by snow

    A travel blog entry by adventurescot on Jun 05, 2012

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    ... have taken me about a hour to get down this pass and rather than stay on the main road I decided to head into the town of Airolo where I decided I was going to stop for the night.

    I found about the only hotel in the town and decided to give it a try. From outside it looked rather shabby but the room is spotless and well worth the 50 Euro for the night.

    I can see me dreaming trains all night as the railway runs right passed my window!!

    Catch you later

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    Day 16 - Furka Pass to Italy

    A travel blog entry by stevenordmark on Aug 20, 2011

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    ... the lane of traffic to make the sharp turn. Driving is universal.

    Soon we are on a very small road that follows the north shore of Lake Lugano. I'm on a road that's about a car and a half wide with not even room to put a white line down the center. There's a man on a scooter just ahead of me, and I turn him into my guide. He shows me how to maneuver around the zigs and zags of this small lakeside road. There's no sidewalk so if anyone opens the door to one ...

    Day 3, from Disentis to Biasca

    A travel blog entry by kremser on Aug 24, 2009

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    ... east to take the Oberarl pass, or go south to take the Passo di Lucamagno and therefore go to the Italian part of Switzerland.

    Our planning was to go south, so we rode downhill for 2 km before charging up the hill - slowly but steadily. Speed has no meaning when bicycle riding for a week across the Alps. If the price for getting there by muscle power means reducing speed - than you have to do ...