No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Bern
We continued to head north and headed out of Italy through the mountains but it was not a great day for driving as the SatNav said we'd save lots of time by taking a ferry. However we had not clicked that there was not that much water up in the mountains and unfortunately it turned out to be a steel ferry otherwise known as a train. The train …
... and heading back to Tino and Mo's house.
Tino's parents and a couple of his friends, Ben and Sara, came for dinner as well. It was interesting when Sara asked Arron how he knew Tino and Arron responded that they just met the day before and we responded that we just met a few hours ago! I was really surprised how comfortable I felt with Tino in his home helping the little bit he would let us to set up for dinner. The amount of food Tino prepared was insane and all of it ...
... to say that, my godbrother came to spend the day with us. Leandra kept whinging last night that she wanted to go bowling as she's never been before, so we will have to see if any of the alleys are open on Easter Monday. We hopped in the car and drove through gorgeous little lake side towns complete with vineyards and cobblestone streets, like something out of a film. We found an alley but it wouldn't be open until after lunch and next door was a go kart track Leandra and ...
So, this is the first entry of our big Europe holiday ('sabbatical' on the CV). The good news for anyone reading is that I imagine these entries are going to be pretty well spaced - lack of internet access, general tardiness and Phoebe's 2 year old demands all contributing.
We left Dover on Monday 25 Mar to lovely sunshine which has yet to stop - a great start. We stayed in a funny 'Aire' (basically someone's back garden) just south of Calais the ...
Berne (German: Bern), the capital of Switzerland, is a small to medium sized city with a population of about 130,000 in the city proper and roughly 350,000 in the agglomeration area. It sits on a peninsula formed by the meandering turns of the river Aare. The remarkable design coherence of the Berne's old town has earned it a place on the UNESCO World Heritage List. It features 4 miles of arcaded walkways along streets decked ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Alpenblick Bern
Very nice modern Hotel just 10 minutes walk to the centre, had a nice bar and garden and a nice touch of having a beer tap in the bedroom (unfortunately no beer!!)
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.