Hotel Brunig

Address: Seestrasse 13, Hergiswil, Unterwalden, 6052, Switzerland | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Hergiswil

A day to the Rothorn Railway

A travel blog entry by adventurescot on Sep 05, 2014

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... its journey's end and we arrive back into our
home town of Wengen. I once again simply stand looking over the cliff and take
in all the views of this magnificent area. As I stand here looking the normal
train from Lauterbrunnen arrives and here step off the remaining lot from our
tour. "How did you get up here so quickly" they ask and after explaining that we
had our very own train they again put the fault down to that useless ghost tour
guide of ours. ...

Lucerne History - Some 20 Million Years Back

A travel blog entry by bmah on Mar 02, 2014

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... really enjoyable - think I'm addicted.

Swiss Chalet aside - those familiar with the Canadian and American "Swiss Chalet" chicken restaurants may understand T's aversion and horror when he was missing his Swiss comfort foods and first came across one of these in Canada and could not believe he had come across a true Swiss restaurant...

This "Swiss Chalet" is the Lucerne one along Schweizerhofquai - didn't ask T what he thought of this one...

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Day 13 - Train Salzburg to Lucerne

A travel blog entry by djh1959 on Jan 14, 2014

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... carriages did not have any luggage storage racks and we had four cases that were too large for the overhead racks. We ended up storing them at the end of the carriage, just next to our compartment and all was well. This would put me off business class next time and we would just stick to first class where they had large luggage racks in the carriages.

Apart from the minor luggage inconvenience, the journey ...

Lucerne, Switzerland

A travel blog entry by justin_parker on Aug 23, 2013

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... met some fellow travellers. One a Swiss German and the other from the UK.

They shouted us a few beers and we played a few games of fusball on the hostels table then headed out to the town to browse the town by night. The boys having a few brews were quite jolly and many laughs were had.

The following morning Jermaine and I decided to take a look around the old part of town. We were blessed with yet another day of glorious sunshine. It is a picturesque old ...

Chapel bridge & Swiss army knifes

A travel blog entry by tarynstravelfun on Jul 26, 2012

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Before we got to the Swiss alps we checked out Lucerne. The drive into Switzerland just blew my mind the most amazing and most beautiful place I have ever seen. The mountains, the greenery, the buildings it was just amazing.


We got off the bus and checked out the carving of the dying lion then later walked along Chapel Bridge which has a timeline of history in paintings on each panel. When we had free time we saw ...