Travel Blogs from Solothurn
I am now back in Switzerland after two great weeks in Germany. I really enjoyed the hospitality of my coworkers in both Kiel and Freiburg. This past week was very quick. Monday I was given a tour of the plant and quick introductions to different people in Freiburg. Tuesday my boss and I took a long drive to Switzerland and then back to Germany for a big meeting. I felt very important this day because I was able to participate in ...
... flares and firecrackers as they matched to the stadium - we saw it from far as they
crossed the bridge.
Soon when we went back down we saw the opposing team - grasshoppers Zurich (who eventually won the Swiss cup!) - headed from old city to the stadium. Although there were many police, the fans were still wearing masks and look very imposing that we felt we needed to follow the local down the steps to avoid them as they approached. In the end a firecrackers fell very near us ...
... desk for restaurant recommendations. One of the places they mentioned was Il Grissino, which is only a short walk from the Hotel. When I arrived there, they were extremely busy inside and moderately busy outside. It was so busy that the Waiters were actually running at times. I decided to sit inside as there were a couple of people smoking outside. I was given a table at a small Bar overlooking the Pizza making station, and enjoyed watching the Chef "toss" Pizza ...
... The museum also put forward the fact that mercenaries brought a steady source of income to the impoverished alpine regions of Switzerland. In the end the exhibit leaves it up to you to decide on the morality of the Swiss Mercenary industry. The museums medieval military collection was nicely balanced by a display of the everyday life of Bernese aristocrats during the middle ages. Of the other two sections of the museum the section on Switzerland in the ...
... we live in.
Joelle met us at the airport in Basil and led us back to Solothurn on the train. Unfortunately, train transportation in western Europe is much more expensive than pre-euro Europe when backpacking and training around Europe was a very economical adventure for college or post-college Americans. Monopolies run many of the railways, and nowhere is this felt more than Switzerland. Even the European railpasses, which ...
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Other places to stay in Solothurn
Schanzlistrasse 5, Solothurn | 4 star hotelfrom $159
Hauptgasse 64, Solothurn | 3 star hotelfrom $175
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