Hotel Restaurant Baseltor

Address: Hauptgasse 79, Solothurn, Solothurn, 4500, Switzerland | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Hauptgasse 79, Solothurn, is near Municipal Fine Arts Museum (Kunstmuseum Solothurn).
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    Travel Blogs from Solothurn

    Day 9. Solothurn in the rain.

    A travel blog entry by pybus71 on Aug 26, 2014

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    ... to various famous people from the town’s past. At the entrance to the
    gorge, there lives a solitary monk who supposedly looks after the spirituality
    of the area. A real fairy home.

    From here Corinne took me to another part of town where her late
    Grandparents used to live and showed me where she had crashed her tricycle when
    she was a young child.

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    Came and went, Week 5.

    A travel blog entry by lesliegugger on Mar 12, 2014

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    ... isn't much fun but when your grandmother can talk and gossip like mine can, it can never gets truly boring as something interesting always gets spilt. My cousin caught the wrong bus to our grandparent's place so she had to hike the rest of the way in knee high leather boot and she saw soaked by the time she burst through the doors. So after loaning her some clothes and blow drying her back dry we jumped in the car and drove to the wonderful Kambly cookie / biscuit store. If you have ...

    Another City, Another Fun River

    A travel blog entry by onourway on Jul 27, 2013

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    ... to name the city he founded after the first animal he killed on the hunt: a bear. More recent historical discoveries suggest the city was named after a toponym of Celtic origin. Regardless, the bear has been on the city's seal and coat of arms since the 1220s and the oldest reference to the city keeping live bears goes back to 1440s. But we would have been happy just to know the stories and see the bear emblem everywhere, a strong symbol in itself for any city.

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    Cheese and chocolate. Blog: Swiss edition.

    A travel blog entry by jamierobinson on Feb 11, 2013

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    ... realise how comfortable I'm getting with French, train stations here don't scare me, but arriving in Bern and been bombarded with German certainly made me notice how much French I do understand, and how much it sucks been in a country where you can't read a single sign!

    Off to bed now, feels like it’s been a hectic week, and I’m sure this one coming up will be no exception! Sorry for the length, hope I didn’t ramble too much! Much love ...

    S-O-L-Othurn

    A travel blog entry by hastalapasta on Jun 15, 2012

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    ... in the US (or none I can find at least). As we were walking we noticed they were playing alot of oldies especially Elvis. One of the bands was called Daddy and The Willyshakers... Yes that was spelled correctly... Let the jokes commence. Despite the name they were really good and there was lots of great dancing! We also got to try beer made in Solothurn called Oufi, and it's so so good. Oufi means 11 in ...