PV-Holidays Residence Maeva Le Lion d'Or II

Address: Le Lion D'or, Les Gets, Rhône-Alpes, 74260, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Le Lion D'or, Les Gets.
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Travel Blogs from Les Gets

Bye Bye and Thank You

A travel blog entry by neprostomaria on Dec 07, 2014

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... 1 077;дожде тся встре 95;и с голуб 99;м теплы 84; океан 86;м :) Спаси 73;о всем кто помог 72;л мне ...

Genial Geneva

A travel blog entry by kteam on Oct 23, 2014

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... child of a pizza quiche liaison, this was interesting but nice.
Dinner finished we debated the merits of another beer but with the temperature dropping further we made our way back to our nights accommodation which was cosy and warm. It didn't take long after this for our bodies and brains to slip into the much needed reprieve of a good sleep.

Our second day in Geneva started with a complimentary breakfast at our hotel after which ...

Geneva - Lausanne - Valdahon

A travel blog entry by qtie-soumeya on Oct 22, 2014

... place in Switzerland. Switzerland's chocolates have earned an international reputation for high quality with many famous international brands.

Switzerland is synonymous with mountains. Not only do they cover one third of the country's surface area, but they are also of major historical, geopolitical and economic importance. The mountains, for example, have been the selling point of the Swiss tourist industry for more than 100 years. If the Swiss want to ...

Business suits, expensive city, but beautiful city

A travel blog entry by jenay on Apr 30, 2013

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... that there was a town called Gruyere, famous for its Gruyere cheese! I had to go. No one would stop me. The hangover almost did, but I made it swiftly to the train station before 9am for the 2hr extremely regional train ride – I swear it almost dates back to one I could’ve inserted coal into. Almost missing it meant that I was blindly headed somewhere without realising that I had to make two transfers. Luckily a Russian woman was headed the same direction ...

A Much Needed Interlude

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on May 16, 2012

1 comment, 4 photos

... is only used when you mean introducing something into something else. For example introducing the pan into the oven. It is therefore extremely rude to offer to “introduire” someone to another person! To avoid awkward situations it’s best to use the verb “presenter”. When trying to explain that I couldn’t lift up my mug of tea yet because it was too hot I used the verb “tiendre” to mean “to ...

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