Hotel Baergsunne

Aeschistrasse 12, Hondrich, Bern, 3702, Switzerland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Aeschistrasse 12, Hondrich, is near Schloss Spiez and Swiss National Park (Parc Naziunal Svizzer).
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Travel Blogs from Hondrich

Climbing, then more climbing, followed by climbing

A travel blog entry by jakers on Jun 27, 2014

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... including three funicular rides and a bus ride we arrived at Trummelbach Falls, where we enter a cave to hear, feel, and see this forceful flow of water cascading through the center of a mountain. It is the result of the Trummel River as it forces its way through a narrow gorge. The entrance is a large metal elevator that takes you straight up a steep long incline. When you exit the noise is deafening as the water hits ...

Sneaky Swiss Skydive

A travel blog entry by roxyhart on Dec 08, 2013

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... quite honestly feels as if the air is keeping you up. My instructor must have thought I was insane because I kept laughing hysterically, unable to believe it was happening, though it of course sounded silent because there was nothing but air. Then they pull the parachute and time slows right down. Your legs swing all the way up in front of you and suddenly you can take in this amazing view in front of you. I kept swinging my arms and legs like a little ...

Hiking in Circles in the Alps.

A travel blog entry by erinkats on Jul 28, 2013

1 comment, 11 photos

... storm. The last hour of hiking was very flat, the highlight was a gigantic anthill we saw right off the path. I had never seen one outside of a zoo. It was about two feet high and a blur of activity. Making good time, we saw a gondola arrive when we were on the edge of town, so we sprinted the last 400 meters to meet it in time. Thankfully the gondola wasn't that crowded, or there would have been a few very unhappy people being forced to stand ...

The Swiss Alps

A travel blog entry by finnadventure on May 22, 2013

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Yesterday was pleasant surprise. When we woke up, it was gloomy and rainy. We had a delicious breakfast at the Hotel Alpina and headed out in the rainy/snowy weather to explore Murren. Suzanne stopped to buy a pair of gloves and we stopped at the cable car station to inquire about what to do with our day. Word from other tourists was that the view at the top of the Schilthorn was clear, but that it wouldn't be for long. We bought our tickets and ...

A visit to the Top of Europe.....

A travel blog entry by eagle10 on Sep 25, 2012

1 comment, 20 photos

... workers. The daily wage of the Miners was Fr. 4.60, so labour problems were an issue at times also. The railway finally opened in August 1912, after a cost of 16 million francs, which was twice the original estimate. The research station was added in 1931, the Ice Palace was started in 1934, the observatory was added in 1950 and the Sphinx Observatory in 1937. It's an amazing and very impressive site!

It was a bit difficult to figure out the layout at ...