Les jeudis 20 et 27 février, les enfants ont rendez-vous au Moulin du Tsâblo pour une soirée enchantée autour de contes d'hiver.
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Binny from travel blog 'Binny's Food & Travel' gives you her top things to do on a Winter break in #Lausanne! @binnyjs@MySwitzerland_e#MyLausanne #inLOVEwithSWITZERLAND
A7a.) I also like Lenk in Switzerland. Very good skiing. Plus, it has "forest fondue" excursions (awesome) and its ski apres bar is a teepee! #roadtripchat#inlovewithswitzerland #pubclubpic.twitter.com/t6Kntl7XH3
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St Moritiz-Suíça. .
Cheguei em St Moritz, cidade nas montanhas que fica a 1800 metros de altitude e é base para muitas pessoas que querem fazer atividades na neve e explorar a beleza dessa região da Suíça. .
Pela segunda vez estou hospedado no @artboutiquehotelmonopol que é um dos melhores hotéis aqui. Tem essa jacuzzi e essa vista da cidade com lago congelado. Que tal??? É demais!!! .
Marque quem precisa vir conhecer os Alpes Suíços com você. .
St Moritiz-Switzerland. .
I'm in St Moritz, a high alpine town at an elevation about 1800 meters. It is the base for many people who want to do activities in the snow and explore the beauty of this region in Switzerland. .
For the second time I am staying at @artboutiquehotelmonopol which is one of the best hotels here. It has this jacuzzi and this view of the city with a frozen lake. It is amazing, isn't it??? .
Tag who will visit Swiss Alps with you.
👀Vincent Willem van Gogh
📎was born on 30 March 1853 in Zundert, Netherland 🇳🇱 📎at the age of 27 Vincent turned to #art
📎in 10 years he produced more than 2000 works (930 paintings and 1100 drawings and sketches
Like a fairy tale in the real world.#inLovewithSwitzerland
Spending the day in cold snow to come home to a beautiful wood fire and a cup of hot chocolate! One of the many reasons why Swiss love their winter. pic.twitter.com/FOHrZj9ivE
Take only memories, leave only footprints. -Chief Seattle
There is a curious story to tell behind this certain point of our way down from Mount Pilatus. All starts with us (my wife and me) going down on a panorama Gondola, I was shooting several photos with my camera and let the phone aside. In a certain point of our trip there's this man who takes a sit with us and makes me forget I left my mobile aside. I had to remain for about 1 hour to get back my lost mobile from the generous staff of Pilatus, it was my life back then, because of tickets, hotel reservations, maps and everything I needed it in our eurotrip.
St. Moritz ❄️ an alpine retreat and playground of luxury, set so high in the Alps it’s nicknamed “Top of the World”, with a long and treasured history of winter sports, and a deserved reputation for glamour (complete with regular sightings of private planes and fur coats). I first came here in 2017, breathlessly excited to see “how it really is”. We did the Glacier Express starting in Zermatt (that I quickly fell in love with) and after 8 scenic hours across half the country arrived at St. Moritz station. I couldn’t believe how different the resorts are. Zermatt is that Alpine village you imagine, with car-free roads and traditional chalets clustered charmingly between the majestic mountains - it feels as if it came alive from a storybook. St. Moritz on the other hand felt like it came out of a magazine - beautiful and sleek, with more glitz and more advertising. People often asked me which one I liked more and it’s hard to answer - Zermatt strikes you immediately with the beauty of the Matterhorn and its fairytale image of Switzerland that you probably had in your head (I did). St. Moritz takes a little longer - you have to relax in one of its 5 star spas, watch one of its famous events on the frozen lake, soak up the views above or stroll in its atmosphere and give into its leisurely abundance.. and then you begin to understand why it’s so coveted all over the world. #jmtsswissplaces