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 ...

Interlaken

A travel blog entry by ameng on Jun 02, 2012

39 photos

... cancelled our hostel booking (big mistake). We decided that we would get the train to Lyon and stay the night there, then get a train the next morning to Interlaken.

Upon arriving in Lyon and connecting to the WiFi to book a hostel, it turned out that there were very few vacancies available. We then decided that we could actually make it to Interlaken at midnight, so I called up the hostel again to see if we could get our booking back, which was ...

Day 15 - Down the Jungfrau

A travel blog entry by stevenordmark on Aug 19, 2011

17 photos

... we saw half of them.

At the river there is a pedestrian bridge that crosses the river in a very high round arch. In the distance we see an old man complete his run and stop on the top of the bridge. I bet he thinks he's exercised. We climb up the rounded wooden bridge. There are boards to help you with your footing. The path on the other side is a very wide gravel path. It's existence marks the beginning of civilization. We've done it. From Murren to Stechelberg. ...

Stunning Interlaken and Jungfrau

A travel blog entry by lesliehonaker on Sep 29, 2010

1 comment, 15 photos

... cars...in the end what mattered was the unique bond we now share with the places we've seen, the people we've met and the challenges we took to push us beyond what we thought possible. My Tyler is now ready to go out in the work place and begin his a career with his blinders off. He knows there is a big world beyond Phoenix. We've kayaked the Alaskan coast line in search of whales and sea otters; we've driven our way out of ...

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