Hotel Arte Kongresszentrum
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- Banquet room
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Arte Kongresszentrum Olten
Travel Blogs from Olten
... up to the 7,000 ft summit. We headed to lunch at the Kulm Hotel and just afterward a huge storm hit the peak with a whopping force. Thunder, lightning, hail, winds and pouring rain. The driver of the cogwheel tram with a 50% angle at times down the mountain said he'd never seen a force of storm like this. It all added to the excitement of trip back down the mountain.
We bolted to our awaiting steam boat for the hour cruise back into ...
... it was Christmas Day and nothing open. Couldn't convince the Heathrow help person to let us back in the departure area to buy some wine but she very helpfully went in for us! Might in the Hilton just like being in a hotel in Sydney. But we were in London! We were shattered, excited and tired all at once. Crashed very early then both awake at 3am..... Wine time! Lol. Luckily there was an ice dispenser down the hall! London we have ...
... found on the Zyt tower chiming one minute before all of the other clocks in Lucerne. It was built in 1535; the pendulum is 9 meters long! It was hard work climbing those stairs especially with short legs like mine! Coming down also not for the faint hearted! However the views from the top are breathtaking and I'm very pleased I did it. I also walked over a bridge that has the Wasserturm Water Tower built in ca 1300 as part of the city wall to serve as holder ...
... as well as its tropical conch salad
Yes, we loved it all!
…and well, then there are so many more places to see and enjoy, so many more friendly, helpful and peaceful people to meet and countless things to discover. We can only encourage all of you to get out there as well and get a taste of this wonderful world and it's fantastic people! We'll surely be doing it again...
... a cap from some far flung air squad out Iowa way. What makes them annoying, is their insistence on comparing everything to the US. We decided to get Gelato late Friday and as we waited patiently, we made the mistake of queuing behind an American. In Switzerland, as in Germany, the flavours are listed in German which even if you don't speak a word you could simply point out. Or pull out your guidebook and at least add a 'danke' on the end of your order. This lady decided she ...