Hotel Auberge des Bains

Address: Bernese Oberland, Swiss Alps, 1660, Switzerland | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Bernese Oberland, is near Museum of Artisan and Folklore (Musee Artisanal du Vieux Pays d'Enhaut).
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Travel Blogs from Bernese Oberland

A long road to a Ghost Town

A travel blog entry by adventurescot on Oct 03, 2015

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... kilometres to my west I decided to
take the long route and go for a visit to Lauterbrunnen first.

the time I was ready to get going the rain had stopped and most of the cloud
had moved away leaving a wonderful blue sky.

headed off down the twisty road from Zermatt and finally joined the main no 19
road west. This road runs along a massive river valley with mighty high
mountains on both sides. A magical scenic railway makes its way along the ...

Berne lost us a day.. or was it 2?

A travel blog entry by joie.goman on Apr 11, 2012

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... him & his wife runs). He even sent us a lovely text message.

Last day of Interlaken and we tried to get a spot in the spa, only it didn't work out due to miss communication.. oh well.

Also, we did some ski-ing, which is really harder than it looks, but Kym got into it easy enough (must be the russian in her..also turns out she's better at ski-ing ...

Day 13 - Gruyere

A travel blog entry by stevenordmark on Aug 17, 2011

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... 8221;, Gruyere gave you a quick sentence in French and waited for you to figure it out. Before the night was over, yes, I said it, “Est-que nous avons d'leu?”, and damned if we didn’t get a pitcher of water and some glasses brought to us.

Our hotel room is a rare quadruple room in Europe, meaning that 4 people have a bed in the same room. It is on the attic level, and a beam crosses up from the floor to the roof. The interior has ...

Hike to... nowhere

A travel blog entry by brett.lavender on Jul 17, 2010

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... stay the evening. The start of the hike was great, offering beautiful views of the Swiss countryside. When we stopped for lunch, we were so sweaty that a few of the guys (myself included) decided that a little dip in a glacial lake would be in order. Unfortunately, we didn't have any swim trunks so... it was very cold water... and not a very long swim. Also to my horror, my shorts had fallen in to the water, making for a very damp hike for the rest of the day. This would have been ...

Musings of an Idle Mind

A travel blog entry by cnickerson on May 31, 2010

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... comes to town and the roads must be closed so the cyclists and their support cars can fly through the ancient streets and climb the cobbled hills.

Order: I’ll briefly mention the public transportation system as I’m sure we’ve all heard about it. I will confirm that’s it’s as good as you might imagine. Pervasive, convenient, and on time.

Another multicultural democracy: in some ways the Swiss have figured things out better ...