Hemingway recommends town of Montreux

"You make no mistake in going to Montreux," the first official said. "You will find the climate delightful and beautiful. You will have no distance to go for winter sport."
MONTREUX, Switzerland - Sept. 3, 2013 - PRLog -- It is not an accident that Ernest Hemingway concludes his cult novel For whom the bell tolls in Montreux. The main characters of the novel after tremendous sufferings are seeking a tranquil and peaceful place to finally enjoy life and live for themselves.

On the backgrounds of the snowy pinnacles of the Alps, the blue mirror-like surface of Lake Geneva, cozy Swiss chalets (http://www.leadingproperties.com/switzerland/?PROPERTY_TYPE_VALUE=object&PROPERTY_PRICE=&PROPERTY_SQUARE=&PROPERTY_ROOMS=&SECTION_ID=433) — on the background of all that magnificence of nature the characters are dreaming about a new, quiet and lighthearted life.

Hemingway also visited Montreux himself. To write something that epic one has to experience or see something of the same magnitude.

The novel was published in 1929. Nevertheless today Montreux is the same it was 84 years ago — the same hospitable Swiss town you can also enjoy having decided to invest with profit in one of the latest residences in Montreux center.

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