NH Champery

Address: Grand Rue Champery, Champéry, Valais, Swiss Alps, Switzerland | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Grand Rue Champery, Champéry, is near Avoriaz Ski Resort.
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Travel Blogs from Champéry

Chamomix, France

A travel blog entry by bkouvelas on Jun 09, 2015

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... by the time we got to Chamonix at 4:45pm; Bill's left knee was very sore Karin stayed in town all day & was feeling better; She later out on a large square bench in a park. Bill, Meg & Jess ate quiche & macaroons from small bake shop in town (€16.60) Karin bought fruit from a grocery store (€5.23) Drove back to Annecy--- Paid €8.50 in tolls; Arrived back in Annecy at ...

Today We Treck the Bisse de Saviese Torrent - neuf

A travel blog entry by erzetic on Jun 06, 2015

... car park up the side of one of the mountains outside Saviese. We follow a sign towards Torrent Neuf and this leads us along a track beside the man made waterway. Eventually this leads to s cafe which is the official start of the walk. The girls are very apprehensive . Anyhow off we go. The track starts out walking through the Forrest without any views. Then it appears. We are walking the track literally on the side of the mountain. We ...

Into Switzerland Today

A travel blog entry by erzetic on Jun 05, 2015

5 photos

We leave for Sion today in the Swiss Alps. We are staying in a small alpine village called Nax which is high in the hillside overlooking Sion and the surrounding areas. Steve is today's driver but an hour of so into the trip he has a coughing attack and Russell takes the wheel. Today's drive is 260 km but will take us around 3 - 4 hours due to driving through the alps. The country side changes dramatically and becomes so majestic once we enter Switzerland. We ...

Rain, rain go away…let's go see a castle!!

A travel blog entry by karin.histon on Aug 03, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... a split second and replied

"We have a personal guide" pointing to my gorgeous 6 year old daughter who then grinned ear to ear, and off we went to get lost for the afternoon.

Chasing a 6 year old through a medieval castle, in a country whose safety standards are somewhat different to what we are used to, while carrying a slightly larger than normal 3 year old on your back who you hope on one hand will fall asleep while on the other hand ...

1st of August…in JULY!

A travel blog entry by karin.histon on Aug 01, 2014

1 comment, 37 photos

... celebrating late into the night the evening before allows for more time with friends, alcohol to flow, food to eat and general celebrating to be allowed if everyone knows that the next day is a day off! And you wondered why we always picked a Saturday night..!?

Christel and Richard managed to find two places for us to be a part of 2 very different and varied 1st of August celebrations. On July 31, after a day of gentle exploration ...