Hotel Restaurant Lotschberg

Thunstr. 2, Spiez, Bern, 3700, Switzerland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Spiez

Ich bin so kleiny!

A travel blog entry by beckygooch on Apr 01, 2013

3 comments, 13 photos

... is apparently quite famous for this, as it uses the warm water from an underground stream to keep the fish warm. We had a meal there, and I had a 'Störcocktail' - like a prawn cocktail but with sturgeon fish which was really tasty; and then I had a burger-type thing with Spätzli, which are like little wheat noodle shapes, which was also delicious. In the evening I played with the boys, and they were very excited and stayed up very late!

Today was the ...

From 20 to Below 0

A travel blog entry by ritawritatravel on Mar 26, 2012

2 comments, 5 photos

... Alps looming along the long winding path. Lastly it was 1 more cable car to return to Interlaken.

Interlaken and the surrounding mountains have much to offer for everyone. If your friends are headed up to ski or board, you can go up with admire the view and make your way down. There are a number of trails to hike, maybe next time I will be adventurous enough to hike up to the Schilthorn =)

Switzerland Adventure 2011 Second Leg

A travel blog entry by nedk on Jan 18, 2011

... and the noise of people below. I then headed out about 7:00 and went to the Mercado, an Italian place that is one of my old standbys, having been there just about every time I am in town. It is just shy of being a chain type of place, but the service and prices are always good and the food is not bad. I decided for the first time not to get a pizza, instead I ordered a mixed salad and lasagna. The salad was great and the lasagna was good, different than back ...

The city of Lucerne, then off to the Alps

A travel blog entry by ashjen.parkes on Jun 21, 2010

... I can't complain really.

There were two quite cool things in Lucerne, besides the massive lake obviously The first was the chapel bridge which links the old town and new town. It's old and wooden and looks quite quaint. It's only a pedestrian bridge and it cuts over the river on an angle – quite handy really. There was a fire in 1993 but a lot has been repaired now. The other cool thing is the lion ...


A travel blog entry by timgavin on May 28, 2010

31 photos

... throughout the world. The members of society we see as having power and influence are merely puppets in an Illminati controled world. Basically, for some reason (not sure exactly), they want to stop us, from I can best describe as 'spiritual progress.' They feed the world with negative energy, such as fear and hate ,so that we cannot purify our souls and ascend to a "higher being." They restrict us - it is similar to the matrix - we are unable to wake up to real ...

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