Hotel Brunner

Bahnhofstrasse 8, Meiringen, Bernese Oberland, Swiss Alps, 3860, Switzerland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bahnhofstrasse 8, Meiringen, is near Sherlock Holmes Museum, Hasliberg, Glacier Gorge (Gletscherschlucht), and Grimselwelt--KWO Besucherdienst.
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Travel Blogs from Meiringen

Aareschlucht - Meiringen

A travel blog entry by christianmeyer on Sep 26, 2013

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We went for a little drive over the Brunig to Meiringen. In Meiringen we then saw a traditional home bringing of cows before the winter. They all had very large cow bells and it was very noisy. Everybody wore their traditional clothes. Very funny looking

Then we went to the Aareschlucht which are tunnels along the river Aare which starts in those mountains. I saw that during the last ice-age the stones got rubbed very flat and it is very high.



A travel blog entry by jayjay51 on May 30, 2013

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... We passed the Aussie guy we met yesterday - he was cycling. His comment was "Beer time yet?" No rain, yet it had been predicted as possibility. We finished the walk through the local cemetery which is the best maintained cemetery I have ever seen. Planted spring flowers on most of the graves - earliest stone was 1893. We were home by 3:15, so I went down to the common room to have a well deserved coffee and to do some blogging.

For dinner, we walked up to ...

What I have noticed..

A travel blog entry by panksinswld on Sep 01, 2012

1 comment, 26 photos

... what they are doing that so many people are limping or in a cast..falling off their bikes? Note to self: be extra careful in Swld.

Take Out: Not Take Out, it's called 'Take Away' here. Makes sense.

Pedestrian courtesy: In the smaller cities (so 85% of Swld), the cars are obliged by law to stop at cross walks when they see a person wanting to cross. Now I am not sure if I am willing to put my life in ...

The stunning swiss alps

A travel blog entry by paulgoesglobal on Aug 21, 2011

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... recommend it if you have a chance. We were about a kilometre from the valley floor, so the views were stunning, and the chutes are very stable, although the thin nylon lines that connect you too it dont look to strong! We found a few thermals, then on the way down Adrian suggested we try the "corkscrew," which basically involves some tight turns, a fast descent and alot of G force, wicked!

With that excitment over, we went back to the hotel to rest, then went out for ...

Walk through Aare Gorge

A travel blog entry by travelingdiva on Oct 31, 2010

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I decided I needed a change of scenery today so I quickly planned a little excursion. I wanted to get some fresh air and maybe do some hiking. I noticed that the Aare Gorge closes tomorrow for the season so today was my last change in 2010 to go, and I had been wanting to for awhile now. Once that was decided I quickly figured out the train schedule thanks to SBB's online timetable and also found a helpful little map of the walking ...