Arosa


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Arosa

(ärō`zä), town (1990 pop. 2,271), alt. c.6,000 ft (1,830 m), Grisons canton, E Switzerland. It is a health resort and sports center.
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The Valsana's exterior The views from a chairlift at Arosa The pool at the Valsana TRADITIONALLY, European skiing holidays include a lot of fondue, rich food and mulled wine.
In another effort to dish at Twist the Valsana be green, public transport is free of charge in Arosa, so guests can hop on a bus outside the hotel to take the five-minute journey to the cable car for skiing, which - of course - is the big attraction here.
In another effort to at Twist the Valsana be green, public transport is free of charge in Arosa, so guests can hop on a bus outside the hotel to take the five-minute journey to the cable car for skiing, which - of course - is the big attraction here.
The views from a chairlift at Arosa The bar at Twist restaurant The pool at the Valsana The Valsana's exterior TRADITIONALLY, European skiing holidays include a lot of fondue, rich food and mulled wine.
Lauren Taylor on the slopes of Arosa RADITIONALLY, European skiing holidays include a lot of fondue, rich food and mulled wine.
b tr chaco In another effort to be green, public transport is free of charge in Arosa, so guests can hop on a bus outside the hotel to take the five-minute journey to the cable car for skiing, which - of course - is the big attraction here.
If you've only stayed in big resorts, Arosa in Switzerland - with its new eco-friendly hotel - is worth exploring, says LAUREN TAYLOR TRADITIONALLY, European skiing holidays include a lot of fondue, rich food and mulled wine.
Lauren Taylor on the slopes of Arosa TRADITIONALLY, European skiing holidays include a lot of fondue, rich food and mulled wine.
dish at Twist the Valsana Immediately around Arosa are 43 miles of easily accessible slopes, and this was one of the first operating ski areas in the region.
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Hudson Yards announced that HealthCor Management, a premier investment firm in global healthcare and life science; Arosa Capital Management, an alternative investment management firm focused on investments in energy and energy-related sectors; and Engineers Gate, a proprietary quantitative trading company founded by Glenn Dubin, will all move their New York office headquarters to 55 Hudson Yards.
Double the fun The idea of connecting Swiss ski resorts Arosa and Lenzerheide in Graubunden dates back to the early 70s.