Hotel Gerbi

Address: Hertensteinstrasse 48, Weggis, Lucerne, 6353, Switzerland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Hertensteinstrasse 48, Weggis, is near Verkehrshaus der Schweiz (Swiss Transport Museum) and Richard Wagner Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Weggis

    The Italian Lakes & Back to Switzerland

    A travel blog entry by mga60 on Aug 17, 2015

    8 photos

    ... the drive down the western side of Lake Garda (featured in the movie, Quantum of Solice where one of the stunt drivers put a car into the lake) and, to minimize the travel time, then choose autostradas west towards Milan before turning north through Como. We choose to drive the Gotthard Pass instead of the tunnel and, once again, had a fantastic drive, then a beautiful scenic drive up the east side of Lake Lucerne to our hotel in Weggis.


    An Amazing Day

    A travel blog entry by nangarner on Oct 26, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... point). We then boarded our own way boat from Lake Lucerne into the River to Rigi Kaltbad, a town in the Alps. Lucerne is surrounded by Alps. Many rivers are formed by the water that flows from the mountains. The boat took us to Weggis, a town on the lake. We then boarded a bus which took us to the aerial cableway station and then we traveled to Rigi Kaltbad, a car-free resort that you can reach only by boat or cable ...

    The Alps Proper

    A travel blog entry by fiddleski on Jul 17, 2014

    Our first day in the Alps-I think that is what we could properly call them-involved what proved to be the most strenuous effort of all, at least for me. The scale of the mountains over here to the west was totally different. It seemed much more, well, alpine. While the peaks had been beautiful in the Dolomites with their towers, here the rise from valley floor to peak looked to be perhaps 1000 feet greater. We may have been at higher elevation as well. The passes were, ...

    Climbing Mountains

    A travel blog entry by brisbird on May 04, 2014

    27 photos

    ... no one told us that we had to exchange our loop ticket for a train ticket. So we had to leave the line and return to the ticket office to get these. Argh. There ended up being plenty of room for everyone. The wagons sat at an upwards angle of something like 45 degrees. This meant we had to climb the stairs to our mini cabin - which seated 8 people on two benches facing each other, 4 people looking up and four people looking down. There were about 6 cabins to each wagon - each with ...

    Switzerland - The New Zealand of Europe

    A travel blog entry by on Aug 14, 2013

    1 comment, 45 photos

    ... in yet so we went into Interlaken town and took a walk around the centre of town which is pretty small but very fancy! I got to realise my two day old dream of buying a swiss army knife in Switzerland and got a pretty sweet one with a number of features including a steel saw, wood saw, belt hole maker, pliers, scissors etc. That made me content so the rest of the time was spent mooching around town until we could go back to the accomodation. While in town we managed to ...