Hotel Balm Meggen
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Balm Meggen
Travel Blogs from Meggen
... Elizabeth is the daughter of one of John's families best friends and grew up in Ormond. She married Hans years ago and now lives in this beautiful country. We had a really nice dinner with all our family and they gave us an interesting take on this country. It is so educational to get opinions from many different people to know this place well. Elizabeth will be visiting her mom next week and we will see her again in Ormond. Thank you, Hans and ...
Paranoia set in this morning. I had to check the bottles that had been laying sideways in our suitcases overnight.
They were dry. Good.
Noemi could join us today so we headed to the train station to meet her.
Our last day, heading out tomorrow.
Came back to drop off a bag, showed her around, sat for a while, visited.
Time to go out for a walk and lunch. Tonight was the dinner we'd be preparing to have with Noemi, Hedwig, ...
Landed in Zurich at 2:10pm, 9 degrees C and am so flipping excited. Switzerland is a postcard, everything is so picturesque and jaw-droppingly beautiful- the green hills and forests especially so after Doha. Breaking through the clouds all the farmed land bellow and little villages and towns painted the prettiest picture: fields of different colours bordered by avenues of trees and little square houses and wooden barns scattered everywhere with mist sweeping the hills. Amazing. ...
... time- so it was never possible to make sure Sophia was connected to a line. Of course she was though. Of course Jesse & Sophia were both being safe & smart. But it was still scary for me to not be able to watch over them. There was an option to do a free fall jump called the "power fan". You basically work your way across an extremely difficult course, 20 meters above ground, to a platform. You clip yourself from the ...
... as the “The saddest and most moving piece of rock in the world”. Constructed in 1972 to commemorate the heroic deaths of Swiss mercenaries at the Tuileries Palace in Paris in 1792, the 'Lion Monument’ or ‘Dying Lion of Lucerne’ is one of the most beautiful and unique testimonials in the world, carved out of the natural rock of a small hillside. Overlooking a small pond, the lion appears to be dying from a ...