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Routes and Rooms of Switzerland


Routes en Rooms in Zwitserland
Routes and Rooms of Switzerland

Switzerland More than Mountains

  1. Swiss Trains – RhB UNESCO Heritage Route – Swiss Pass – SwissAlpsHotel
  2. Switzerland motorcycle tour 2012 – day 1, Mount Santis
  3. A panning shotpast the Tea Room cafe in Brienz, Switzerland.
  4. Real Switzerland Summer (Tourism Promo by DirectRooms.com)
  5. Street View hops on the train to capture the Swiss Alps

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