Hotel Meiringen

Address: Bahnhofplatz 1, Meiringen, Bernese Oberland, Swiss Alps, 3860, Switzerland | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Bahnhofplatz 1, Meiringen, is near Sherlock Holmes Museum, Hasliberg, Grimselwelt--KWO Besucherdienst, and Glacier Gorge (Gletscherschlucht).
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Travel Blogs from Meiringen

Meiringen & the Swiss Alps

A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle on May 22, 2014

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Even though the site was lovely, we decided to move on to Switzerland, but only after the lovely lady in reception had given me a guided tour of the site’s trees and flowering shrubs.
She was very keen to show me a “tulip tree” – a large tree of mature size, covered in flowers that looked just like greeny yellow tulips. Her English didn’t extend to telling me exactly what it ...

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 ...

Busy days, beautiful sights

A travel blog entry by marjen13 on May 25, 2013

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Early starts, late nights but so much to see along the way. Since the last post we have seen Brussels and its amazing Guildhouses (the buildings each of the trade groups built eg the brewers). They are amazingly beautiful with wonderful decorations including their gabled roof lines and are often decorated with gold leaf. The Town Halls are pretty impressive As was the small statue of the Manneken Pis (basically small Boy peeing!) The town square or. Grand Place as it is called is ...

Hamburg Connection

A travel blog entry by cncadventures on Aug 18, 2012

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... a bench by a water fountain, drink cool refreshing water, and try to figure out how to get to our room. We find Simons Herberge and when I ask what time dinner is, as we had reserved a half board, she says, no dinner. I say I reserved a half board, room with dinner and she says no dinner for only two person. Her English was as good as my Swiss so when she said pizza place down street, I left it at that, figuring I was not going to get dinner here regardless of ...

Top of Europe

A travel blog entry by erikandesther on May 08, 2011

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... Top of Europe". It is covered in snow all year round, and you actually have to take 3 different trains up there for the different conditions on the way up.
The trip up takes about 2.5 hours, and most of the awesome photos you get are on the way up.
When we got to the top, we actually found it noticeably harder to breathe because the air is so thin that high up. It wasn't actually that cold by the standard temperatures they ...