Hotel Beau Rivage

Address: Gottardstrasse 6, Weggis, Lucerne, CH-6353, Switzerland | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Gottardstrasse 6, Weggis, is near Verkehrshaus der Schweiz (Swiss Transport Museum).
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      Travel Blogs from Weggis

      So long Switzerland, Allo Austria

      A travel blog entry by beavernslug on Apr 11, 2014

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      ... took us to our hotel. We dumped our luggage and put away our valuables in the Electrolux safe!!! which was next to an Electrolux minibar and went out for dinner as we were rather peckish. Deciding that we didn't want to go far we stopped at a restaurant near the golden roof and Beaver had tiroler gröstl and Slug savoured a Wiener schnitzel. Full and happy, we went back to the room and slept like ...

      Day 13 - Train Salzburg to Lucerne

      A travel blog entry by djh1959 on Jan 14, 2014

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      ... no longer sold Tell Passes and that we needed to return to the station. Off we went back over the bridge, fighting peak hour pedestrian traffic and rain to join a long queue at the ticket office. We were then told that passports were needed to purchase the Tell Passes! First I had heard of this, so back across the bridge we went, because of course our passports were now safely locked in our hotel safes. We grabbed ...

      Alps, fondue, schnapps and cowbells.

      A travel blog entry by roamingrob on Jan 02, 2014

      13 photos

      ... Interlaken and the capital Bern wouldn’t be such a good idea. Instead we went for a walk near Jonen after lunch, past a heap of old wooden farmhouses and barns (some housing cows who, to my surprise, still wear the traditional metal cowbells), to a pretty little church where my hosts were married and through a local forest before walking through the tiny village, filled with many wooden houses that predate Australia’s discovery, and home again. ...

      The View!

      A travel blog entry by rainyfly on Jul 21, 2013

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      ... and braved the suspension bridge which hung from the side of the mountain. Although we were high above the snow line it wasn't particularly cold. We were comfortable in t-shirts. The time went quickly and we caught the gondolas back to the bottom of the mountain where our coach was waiting. I was amazed to learn that Swiss cows really do wear bells so they don't get lost on the mountains. The farmers even know their individual beasts by the different tones of their bells. A great ...

      Live from Switzerland!!

      A travel blog entry by co423cu on Oct 31, 2012

      ... half the size of Nice. We took the train back as it was much faster and more comfortable and called it an evening. The next day, I went on a guided bike tour through Nice, which was definitely the way to go as far as seeing the city is concerned. In fact, I think from here on out, depending on the size, weather conditions and geography of a city I will be taking bike tours to see them from here on out. I was going to go to Monaco the next day, but realized my flight ...