Airporthotel Grenchen

Address: Flughafenstrasse, Grenchen, Solothurn, 2540, Switzerland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Flughafenstrasse, Grenchen.
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        Travel Blogs from Grenchen

        Try It Again

        A travel blog entry by switzerlandswap on Aug 08, 2015

        2 photos

        ... a GPS that was not at all accurate. We ended up on a dead end street in a driveway angled downward. Oh. My. Gosh. Which you are saying, well... So... Back up! Well my friends, see here in Switzerland they just added a 6th gear and reverse is in the opposite side. Oh and another little fun fact. To go in reverse in a Toyota Yaris you must pull up on the shifter. If you don't you will never go backwards. Which is ...

        Day 14. Rest day.

        A travel blog entry by pybus71 on Aug 31, 2014

        6 photos

        ... from Auvernier station
        where we were to catch our connection to Noiaigue. After asking directions from
        a local in our best French we walked up to the correct station where we caught
        our connecting train after an hour wait.

        Eventually we arrived at Noiraigue from where we walked back
        to Boudry through the most amazing gorge. The weather was perfect and the walk
        was fantastic. I suppose a three and a half hour ...

        It departed as soon as it came.

        A travel blog entry by lesliegugger on May 01, 2014

        12 photos

        ... soak up every last second. You can never get them back, a lesson learnt early on when traveling. We spent hours at the park and just exploring the area, that when we got back my grandparents gave us a lecture of a life time. My grandfather nearly started a search party equipped with his German Shepard. We had no intention of freaking them out, we just lost sense of time, something easily done when having fun. Early this morning, 9 am, yes, that is early, we are teenagers we ...

        The wettest road I have ever ridden

        A travel blog entry by adventurescot on Oct 23, 2013

        7 photos

        ... wonderful old stone bridge across a wide river. I am about 100ft up and so just have to stop and get the camera out for some shots. From what I can see here this city looks to be full of history and certainly a place to stopover for the night.

        Photos taken I ride on up the hill towards the city and onto a wonderful old cobble street. The buildings are ancient and extremely impressive to look at. I pull up outside a small hotel and just hope they have a room for the night. ...

        A Capital Heritage Site.

        A travel blog entry by allanmclaren on Aug 27, 2013

        30 photos

        ... drops at each corner. At times I was not getting wet even though it was heavy. I kid you not. Ian & Donna think it is the old rain drops keep falling on my head syndrome.

        On a positive note for the first time on the trip my blog is right up to date.