Hotel Le Funi de Cossonay

Address: avenue du Funiculaire 11, Cossonay, Vaud, 1304, Switzerland | Inn
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This inn, located on avenue du Funiculaire 11, Cossonay, is near Shell Beach.
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        Homeward bound ....yet again

        A travel blog entry by kate.timaeus on Sep 30, 2015

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        We set off from Miranda's as the sun rose as we had a day's drive to the car ferry in Le Havre. We bit the bullet and took the autoroute the whole way,for £50 you get an empty road at this time of year and chaos around Paris where the road is free and chockablock. However the sun shone and the trees got more autumnal looking as we headed north. We quite like Le Havre despite all ...

        Cheesy tourists

        A travel blog entry by kate.timaeus on Sep 29, 2015

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        Today we were cheesy tourists as we took the autoroute high above lac leman into Switzerland to Gruyere famous for its eponymous cheese. The ancient walled town sits upon a hill and with a commanding castle. has splendid alpine views. We spent a. happy. couple of hours exploring the castle rooms,ramparts and gardens. there was a fascinating exhibition of photographs by a Portuguese artist Edgar martin whose ...

        Another ferry crossing to France

        A travel blog entry by kate.timaeus on Sep 28, 2015

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        This morning we drove into Switzerland to Nyon,a few minutes drive away to catch a ferry across to Yvoire back in France across lake leman. Yvoire is a lovely old town with many narrow streets lined with restaurants and tourist shops but thankfully as it is off season the town was quiet. in a ...

        Mountains in Clouds

        A travel blog entry by lisaajane on May 27, 2015

        ... success and now, here it was. Standing so silently and proudly above everything else.

        I wondered then, what it would be like to climb to the top of that. To have it be that cold, yet that sunny. And that quiet. No traffic, no screaming children...just the sound of snow and ice.

        I'd love to experience it, but more than my lack of fitness, my lack of navigational skills wound probably have me in the Red Sea...if that is possible. Oh, who knows...I'd end up there ...


        A travel blog entry by shrini2009 on Feb 08, 2015

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        ... something very attractive and beautiful. He ended up creating Switzerland. But also wondered why he poured his entire creativeness into one single country!!?? It’s like people of Swiss had God as their interior designer who designed the best possible environment to inhabit according to their specification. All that I can say is, Swiss is a country with rich natural beauty that truly depicts the craftsmanship of the almighty.