Travel Blogs from Solothurn
... and older model, and not fitted with "safety doors". As the Elevator moves, it's possible to touch the wall which is moving past. Entry to the Elevator is on the front, but exit is on the right side.
The Clerk provided two keys for the room. One of them is used to activate the Elevator for the floors that have rooms. Floors 3, 4 & 5 can only be reached by using the key to activate the Elevator to that floor. After my long walk with a heavy Pack, ...
... of lovely buildings, statues, towers and fountains - we both loved the feel of this city immediately!
We were so quick in the hostel we were back out on the streets at 3.15pm ready to get looking around! Our first stop was Einstein's house which was, unfortunately, shut due to water damage. We felt a little disappointed but it was no problem and we headed towards the bear pits. On the way, we looked in shops, admired window displays and chatted - we loved ...
... my personal effects in my locker. I spent the rest of the afternoon exploring the History Museum of Bern. Located in an old renovated mansion that looks almost like a castle the Bern history museum is so far my favorite museum of the trip. I have been in Switzerland for over a month yet have remained unfortunately ignorant about the history of the country outside of Geneva. The history museum in Bern told the riveting tale of the formation of Switzerland. It began in the ...
... s cute, let's just buy it' - we really didn't need 6 pairs of earrings or another scarf, but we couldn't help ourselves.
It was a perfect day, blue skies, a little chilly and wisps of clouds in the sky and you are going to have to drag me by my hair in order to get me to leave. Like any normal humans, we become hungry and kind of just look at all the little cafes around and pick one in the middle of the main street among all the shops. Really this is ...
14 Sept - We left Annecy headed for Geneva where we had an appointment in town. There we were taken to a private room and served a very fine lunch with delightful wine. We both enjoyed the food very much and after almost 3 hours left for our overnight in Langendorf. Our host for lunch was one of those Swiss private banks and while we didn't take photos we noted the venue's artworks and in particular the model trimaran yacht (Gitana) with the ...
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Schanzlistrasse 5, Solothurn | 4 star hotelfrom $159
Niklaus Konrad-Strasse 21 , Solothurn | 3 star hotelfrom $171
Oberer Winkel 2, Solothurn | 3 star hotelfrom $192
Hauptgasse 42, Solothurn | 3 star hotelfrom $220
Wengistrasse 13, Solothurn | Hotelfrom $154
Talstrasse 15, Solothurn | Hotelfrom $138
Hauptgasse 41, Solothurn | 3 star hotelfrom $119