Swiss Quality an der Aare
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Swiss Quality an der Aare Solothurn
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It rained all night and we woke up to rain as well. We
decided to take advantage of the weather to move, and so we packed up and
headed down to Solothurn which is a beautiful old town situated on the Aare
River. The Aare River is also deep, wide and clean.
The region is green and the agriculture revolves less about
vegetables and more about livestock. ...
... that is situated at a slant in order to travel up the side of a mountain. At the top was a cool observation deck with a breathtaking view of the water and surrounding mountains. People were parasailing over the mountains, and when I go back, I definitely want to do that.
Luzern: The train ride from Interlaken to Luzern is designated as a scenic train ride through the mountains and ...
... shops. I got a few essentials like water. At the food store I wasn't sure on the translations for milk so I skipped that item. The lady at the counter was very cute... I asked if she spoke English "Nien". For payment I held up my American express "Nien". Then I held up Visa "Nien". Then I held up Swiss Frans -- She shakes her head yes...
I'm not sure what I have planned for tomorrow but I'm sure I will find something to ...
... hashbrown) and a creamy chicken dish. So. Good. Oh my gosh. We also ate some delicious puffy things that I have no idea what they are, but they were yummy.
Sunday we headed into the SWISS ALPS! Ah! It was the most stunning day, actually not a single cloud to be seen, snow everywhere. . . Really freaking cold but hey, totally worth the numb toes! Ilona had managed to suss me a relatively cheap train pass (30 francs) which meant I could have ...
... tucked in underneath them.
After leaving Bern, we drove to Lons le Saunier to meet up with Vanessa. We were able to help unload the horses and get them stabled at the showground as well as meet the rest of the jumping team that was with her. The unpacking went pretty late, but we hadn't started until later in the afternoon so pizza was one of the only things open to eat when all was done but it was definitely well ...