Romantik Hotel Restaurant Au Sauvage

Planche-Suprieure 12, Fribourg, Fribourg, 1700, Switzerland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Planche-Suprieure 12, Fribourg, is near Musée d'Art et d'histoire and St Nicholas Story.
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Travel Blogs from Fribourg

Switzerland - Chocablock (Le Mouret part 2)

A travel blog entry by smkrem on Oct 17, 2013

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... a domestic goddess, quickly went about changing dinner to meet my dietary needs. We did have a very rich Potatoes au Gratin, I expect it was made with Gruyeres cheese (as it should be). The following day we went for a hike starting at Schwarzsee. Jacki carried Elaih on her front and a day pack on her back, while Michi carried Noah in a pack on his back up the Riggisalp (see photos and commentary). I felt a bit inadequate just carrying a light pack. Returning from ...

Touring Old City

A travel blog entry by piscot on Jun 25, 2013

... tour was through the old city. The original town of Fribourg was build low in order to take advantage of the tall cliffs as protection. The entire town is hills and beautiful old brick roads. The views from below looking up on the newer parts of the town were incredible. We were lucky enough to see a man referred to as the "rockstar of Fribourg," an artist who has projects and pieces creatively located all throughout the town and who spends most of his time working with kids ...

Swiss Sakura

A travel blog entry by pumptronics on Apr 11, 2011

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... made a few calls and rejigged our flights – leaving South America a few days early and adding a brief European tour to the end of our trip. We had our smart clothes couriered over from Cornwall and managed to find some space in my backpack for a pair of high heels.

We arrived in Fribourg the night before the wedding and after dumping our bags and grabbing a quick shower we joined Jim, Katharina and family for an evening of wine and Swiss cheese. The wedding was ...

The End is Near

A travel blog entry by cnickerson on Jul 11, 2010

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... on the beef tongue, but tried eating horse with our friends, Greg and Megan, when they were visiting from Paris. So, what does horse taste like? Well, it's a lot like beef, but chewier. I wouldn't have known the difference unless someone told me. Even more interesting is that most of the horse eaten in Switzerland is imported from Canada! Who knew?!!!

On top of our regular, day-to-day activities we`ve continued to visit other places ...

Picture perfect?

A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear on Jun 02, 2010

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... Gurten where boys were practising ski jumping on the wet grass, and on the walk back Therese remembered that when she was young the cows used to have longer horns.

In one week we took no fewer than 27 train rides. A visit to the Jura was a seven-train day, with a 15-km walk in the middle. Three trains to reach the village of Saignelegier near the French border, Frances was worried that we would miss our connection because ...