La Val Bergspa Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
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Switzerland has been the highlight of my trip, the chocolate here is amazing!! We went to a shop when we arrived called Case Grande which was a souvenir shop that contained Swiss Army knives, cuckoo clocks, chocolate and many other things. Matt and I then explored the city of Lucerne, it is the coolest city I have ever been to! ...
... nut and seed bars. There were two more climbs before the final descent into Bormio and I managed to improve my mood and get over them with some oomph. It feels good at the end of the day to whizz downhill homeward bound and see those signs for each successive kilometer go by so quickly. We got home too late for the Terme but with plenty of time to shop at the market for dinner. It was a simple repast-gnocchi I think with lots of cheese-but it was nice to cook in our place.
... corporations, such as Nestle, The Swatch Group and Gunvor.
In addition, I would bring him to the Swiss National Museum, Museum of Design, Oskar Reinhart Museum, learning the country's culture.
By visiting the headquarters of those giant corporations, we hope to meet innovative people who are always excited about new ideas. Since the living standard is high in Switzerland, we will meet people who live above average than most of the people in the ...
... of Nestle) chocolate factory. Cailler is situated in the picturesque Le Guyier Valley in Broc village. This was a self guided tour and gave a brief history of the chocolate and how it was first used by the Azetic tribes, following the tour there was place to explore the raw materials of chocolate, the cocoa seeds, the hazel nuts and almonds too. We got to taste all of them and it was good to know how ...
Grindlewald is spectacular, we walked into town and took the cable car up to the mountain and hicked down the which was very steep and surprisingly hard going!! Donnie was starving by the time we got down, so we ended the day in a lovely local traditional tavern , were we sampled ...