Hotel Alpesgruyere

Rue Nicolas-Glasson 3, Bulle, Fribourg, 1630, Switzerland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Rue Nicolas-Glasson 3, Bulle, is near Castle of Gruyeres.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Alpesgruyere Bulle

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Bulle

The Great Surprise!

A travel blog entry by bluetick1305 on Oct 22, 2013

1 comment, 3 photos

... I yelled some explicatives, and then just started crying. Dave and Celeste were here--actually here in Switzerland! I nearly peed my pants and went into shock. We hugged and I tried my best to stop shaking. We went inside and I had them wait in the kitchen. I went downstairs and woke Steve up. I said that he and I needed to have a serious talk up in the kitchen. As he walked up the stairs he heard a "pop"…that was the wine being opened and he then saw Dave ...

Day 3 - Baden-Baden to Bulle

A travel blog entry by queripel on Sep 01, 2013

11 photos

... hadn’t been up the Ibis street. It looked like it would be in an industrial estate from satellite view, so when we arrived we were pleasantly surprised with what looked like a fairly newly built hotel and a spacious car park, with mountain views out of our hotel room window – excellent!

I think this is a place that we would both like to come back to some day, perhaps to spend a bit more time than 1 ...

Not the forest thankfully :)

A travel blog entry by leericemusic on Jun 16, 2013

33 photos

... next to me and we started chatting. This led to her being like an angel and offering me a place to stay with her friends.
We had such a great night having a few beers in Bern and for me the pleasure of meeting great and open people.
The next morning I left for Basel and the story was quite different, I couldn't wait to leave.

The Sleeping Bear Roars

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Jun 02, 2012

4 comments, 17 photos

... 8217;t brilliance, as I discovered upon arrival that the house was closed due to water damage. Random museum closures are a part of the European experience. I remember back in 2007 arriving in Venice only to discover that half of St. Marks Square was undergoing restoration. It’s important to be flexible when travelling Europe and remember that you may not be able to see everything you wanted to. But, to paraphrase the Rolling Stones, if you try sometimes you see ...

Money count

A travel blog entry by chahan on Mar 18, 2012

5 photos

... Also, supermarkets are often very expensive, so eating "outside" is also often cheaper than cooking in the hostel (this is not true in europe or north america). Open markets are usually the way to go if want to buy goodand cheap raw food.

>Don't drink too much alcool, it often doesn't make your trip better but is very expensive if you want to go to fancy places.