Hotel-Restaurant Bar Chrueg

Seestrasse 2, Ipsach, Bern, CH-2563, Switzerland | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Ipsach

In a Jurassic village

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker


... about $45). That’s not a bad deal if you live in Switzerland, but if you only drive through for a day or two, it’s still $45 which is not such a good deal….

The sticker on the windshield, we started north toward Neuchatel. We drove along Lake Geneva and had lovely views from time to time. We could just make out the Alps in the morning haze across the lake. On a clear day they appear stunningly close, but not this morning.

We drove ...

Days 119 & 120 - Starting back in Switzerland

A travel blog entry by lauren-brendan


... favourite stops. After what seemed like quite a long day, we finally arrived just before 6pm and we greeted with amazing views as we wound down towards our accommodation. Bern is the capital of Switzerland, but is different to many other capital cities. It is relatively small and the central city sits high above ground level, surrounded by an amazing, bright blue/green river. We were only 2 of 5 getting off at this stop, so it was nice to feel like ...

A Capital Heritage Site.

A travel blog entry by allanmclaren


... the platform behind me now had Geneva on it. I jumped on but there were no seats left & not feeling very well I did not look forward to standing for 40 minutes. Not like Moscow no one jumped to give a grey haired man a seat. As it turned out this train was stopping at every station which would take a long time but on the positive side I got ...

A first visit to the Capital.....

A travel blog entry by eagle10


... so it was back to the station. I went to the Western Union office (which was combined with an SBB rail office) and took another number and waited in line. It seems a bit odd that they wouldn’t have change machines near the ticket machines, and it was a darn nuisance to have to go back to the station and stand in a queue just to get change.

At this point, I took a few minutes to “scope out” the location of Gleis (track) 7, which is where ...

The Sleeping Bear Roars

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999


... went down just right. I made my way back to the hostel and ran into Seth, yet another Australian who I had met briefly while checking into the hostel. He introduced me to his new group of friends, three girls from Denver: Kalane, Chloe and Alyssa, and another from Sweden. The girl from Sweden, Karen (pronounced Koh-rin) had done an exchange in Quebec City a few years ago. We spoke French with each other for a bit and I was amazed to hear that she had a much stronger ...


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