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The Hotel With An International Border Through It
The Hotel With An International Border Through It

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43 thoughts on “The Hotel With An International Border Through It | ข้อมูลborder hotelที่ละเอียดที่สุดทั้งหมด

  1. khaleader ThePro says:

    talk about the hotel in furka pass switzerland (james bond movie )it is abandonned now because the glacier is melt , no attraction there anymore but some french guys got inside it and discovered it

  2. Gerard Morvan says:

    There's a movie which might have been inspired by this situation. Called "La Loi, C'est la Loi", and featuring famous french actor Fernandel and famous italian actor Toto, it follows the misadventures of a french custom officer (Fernandel) who loses everything because he was born in the kitchen of a hotel, which was on the italian side of the border. Thankfully, with the help of his frenemy (an italian smuggler, played by Toto), he manages to recover his nationality and his job (turns out that the owner of the hotel had moved the border). I recommand that movie.

  3. DIREWOLFx75 says:

    It is amusing to find out just how many of these weird things actually exists. And how many of them have something at least approaching rational reasons to exist.

  4. CG says:

    I feel like these videos often miss the quirks of what its actually like straddling two borders, for example when you get invoiced what tax do you pay (I.e. what country is it actually in when you pay). Or even things like could they technically sell certain items on different sides of the building because of taxation on those sides

  5. Kevin Johannes says:

    You should check out Baarle-Hertog and Baarle-Nassau in the Belgium/The Netherlands. It's a total mess on the map, I believe you'll find a similar restaurant there.

  6. HseOChin says:

    So they don't have any immigration customs counter placed along the staircase…each time someone goes upstairs scan the passport then comes down the stairway scan the passport again & report to the authorities all the border crossing activities ???

  7. Roland Sawicki says:

    That might then have been the only Swiss border crossing where Jews have not been sent back. Sorry for sounding hard but the Swiss are not know for beeimng helpful during that dark time.

  8. Your mum says:

    aww, I'm sure mr macaroni of france will be sooo proud of you for staying in france and wearing your muzzle.
    What a good widdle boi you are, yes you are! Good Boy!

  9. Dan Grossman says:

    I literally laughed out loud — yes, audibly — when you said ""What better way to celebrate the 14th of July than to…." I have already watched and enjoyed a few of your other videos but that definitely earned a "Subscribe." I look forward to watching your future travels (and catching up on your past ones)!

  10. Артём Высоцкий says:

    Hearing this cute little story about the polite nazis that respected the border and didn't press the issues in the slightest makes me wonder whether some Westerners might not entirely comprehend the wave of death and devastation as they pushed east into the USSR, murdering over 26 million people — six times the entire population of Switzerland at the time (or 2/3 of France, if you like).

  11. D says:

    that is an expensive room per night for a 2* hotel which is very old and rundown (no disrespect intended).
    This clearly is not for travellers like me … I like to pay for what I am getting in equal value +/- 10%.
    The history and whatever stories that is attached to the hotel to me is worth nothing, so a hotel is still a hotel.
    Nice video though.

  12. Zefyris D says:

    There are several places in France alone (probably more in other countries that were occupied in WW2 as well) that used their peculiarity of being "on the border" to help Jews escape. Another famous one is the castle of Chenonceau, which has the peculiarity of being a fusion between a bridge across the Loire river, and a castle that you can visit (The shape of that castle is really interesting, it's literally a castle on a large bridge). During the first part of the occupation of France, the Loire river became the border between Vichy France and the part of France occupied by Germans troops. So if you were to visit the castle, and then, somehow made "disappear" during the visit, you could exit by the back door of that castle on Vichy France's side. They helped a lot of Jews to escape that way during the first half of WW2, after which it was no longer a border, since Vichy France became occupied as well.

  13. The Thairish Sun says:

    Cool video and story. Although it seems a little unlikely that the Nazis would have cared about her calling the swiss guards. They raped and murdered at will.


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