Hotel Bahnhof Giswil

Address: Brunigstrasse 48, Giswil, Unterwalden, 6074, Switzerland | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Brunigstrasse 48, Giswil, is near Sherlock Holmes Museum, Hasliberg, and Melchsee-Frutt.
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    Travel Blogs from Giswil

    Half way home, hometown stopover again

    A travel blog entry by laceys.log on Oct 18, 2013

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    ... and rent was something like 14K per month for a big apartment so it was a surprise to see that gone. There were a few other gaps, and some new condos we noticed but of course the main change was that when we last saw Promises Gardens is was an empty section with 48 apartments having been knocked down. Now it’s been replaced by a townhouse complex, I think 30-something homes, just doing the finishing stages now. They looked nice too, and ...

    Rhineland - Strasbourg - Lake Lucerne

    A travel blog entry by rdevine on Jul 24, 2013

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    ... about 300 steps up this narrow stairwell it nearly killed us both but I was so determined to get to the top I think I was trying to help Geraldine's labour. My beautiful granddaughter Leah Rose was born as we crossed the border into Switzerland I couldn't stop crying on the bus I felt so far away from everyone. The next morning we went on a train up to Mount Pilatus where they say that the spirit of Pontus pilot is. We ...

    Güten Tag

    A travel blog entry by pamelankatie on Jul 20, 2013

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... James Morrison etc. - none of which we hope are suffering from a case of BB ;) We started our touristy day at one of the most famous sites in Switzerland, the Chapel Bridge and tower. The original bridge was built in 1300, but was destroyed by a fire and later reconstructed. It is made of wood and has painted triangular panels that depict Swiss history. We were fortunate enough to arrive in old town for their Saturday market, where vendors ...

    Swiss Water Week

    A travel blog entry by kevandhazel on Sep 25, 2012

    52 photos

    ... of trains, planes, cars, boats and other things connected to transportation (and for sure it also provided cover from the rain). And therefore we spent a dry and educational afternoon.

    This brings us already to the end of our Swiss adventure. We really enjoyed our time in Switzerland and it was very nice to catch up with friends (and see their newly born babies) and family (big thanks to Kevin’s parents for hosting us). Hazel got a ...

    Florence to Lucerne

    A travel blog entry by jimcolsimpson on Jun 25, 2012

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    ... in climate, it is raining and foggy. We are in the county of Uri, this is where according to legend, William Tell shot the apple off his sons head, when questioned why he had a second arrow, he reportedly said if he had missed the apple it was for the ruler who made Tell shoot the apple off his sons head. In the last couple of years the Swiss people held a referendum to ask whether they thought William Tell was real or a myth, 60% said he was ...