Hotel Restaurant Lotschberg

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

Rain stops play...

A travel blog entry by dawidstowe on Aug 15, 2014

Today, there was heavy rain and thunder in the mountains for much of the day.
I'm struggling to access hotel's Internet signals, in order to write this blog. Their internet is very slow, and occasionally loose signals all together! Really frustrating!!
On a positive note, the weather is set to improve for the next couple of days, so today is a good time to plan our next ...

Ich bin so kleiny!

A travel blog entry by beckygooch on Apr 01, 2013

3 comments, 13 photos

... that the other family were visiting, so we decided to end their stay on a high and visited a tiny village on top of a mountain, where we walked through the forest in deep snow (like, a foot and a half of proper snow! AAAH!) to a 40m high lookout tower, from which we could see views of the mountains all around us! Sadly the weather was very overcast, so we only really saw trees, but the views were still gorgeous and I took some lovely photos which I shall put ...

Swiss Castles

A travel blog entry by cncadventures on Aug 23, 2012

22 photos

... along, we see a sign again pointing right and it is not a street like it shows on the map but rather a long steep set of stairs. We move along on our Swiss stair stepper and then hit yet another set of stairs up an uncovered alley. We emerge by a church and see the castle a short way uphill to the left. We make it, get our tickets and what is the first thing we have to do. You got it, climb two long flights of stairs up. We enter into the knights hall. This castle actually feels ...

The best day of my life, so far.

A travel blog entry by beckerworldtrip on Aug 11, 2011

11 photos

... Mountain, snow capped and intimidating, where the majority of European mountain climbing accidents have happened throughout history. It was also the subject of at least one movie and one of my favorite books. I told the family that the hike would take two hours, maybe a bit more, but in fact it took about five. The reason for this was the best reason there is, the kids had so much fun looking at all the things to look at and taking pictures and picking wild strawberries, ...

Lazy Day in Murren

A travel blog entry by manda2010 on Sep 20, 2010

15 photos

... to a place called Grutschalp which was a couple of hours walk away, we had no intention of going all the way but thought we'd go halfway and turn around. To our surprise we came upon a placed called Winteregg which had a restaurant with the best view of the alpine peaks you could ever possibly hope to see from your dining table. We weren't hungry but had a beer and stayed till the sun went ...

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