Hotel Schloss Steinegg

Address: Hüttwilen, Thurgau, 8536, Switzerland | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in Hüttwilen, is near Old Arsenal Museum (Altes Zeughaus).
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Travel Blogs from Hüttwilen

Switzerland - The New Zealand of Europe

A travel blog entry by graeme.s.read on Aug 14, 2013

1 comment, 45 photos

... but little did we know the coldest was yet to come... 2. An Ice Palace which was the coldest part, with many ice sculptures and tunnels winding around the place. 3. The chance to go outside into the snow, which we chose not to do given our jandal situation :( Hannah was absolutely gutted but after having frozen in the ice palace and then getting some snow on her bare feet she thought better of attempting to walk out onto the plateau. 4. There was also a 360 degree movie showing u ...

A day trip to Mannedorf

A travel blog entry by diggel on May 12, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

... Kaspar Diggelmann died in Mannedorf in 1897.
We returned to our hotel in Zurich for a short while. The weather brightened a little later in the afternoon and we walked to the Kunsthaus Zurich Art Museum where we spent a couple of hours checking out their large international collection. They have prominent works by Picasso, Monet and Chagall to name a ...

The Big Day

A travel blog entry by wazzacog on Jul 14, 2012

13 photos

... tear jerking speech's (well picked song, Andrew. You got us all with tears in our eyes).

Millie and her 3rd cousin Darcy (from England) were both perfectly behaved and charmed everyone, especially the older German relatives!

At about midnight even Gwen got up and danced. She was amazing! We were stuffed but she is up on the dance floor swinging around with young men and women!

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Bern & Luzern

A travel blog entry by jackie_n_james on Jun 25, 2011

30 photos

... food but all we had were ginger cookies, so we said screw it, ducks are strong they can take some sugar. We eventually got them to eat out of our hands. They enentually left and we saw them waddle over to a couple kanoodling in the grass, who didn`t enjoy their company and the guy also took off his sandal and immediately scared them off, haha.

After sitting in the park for a while we were getting hungry and had earlier saw a ...

So Long, Suckers!

A travel blog entry by clintandjulia on Jun 12, 2011

3 comments, 1 photo

Well...we've managed to fit the next two months' necessities into two medium-sized backpacks. This ought to be interesting. I'm hoping that all I'll really need is a pair of surf trunks, sunglasses, sunscreen, and my iPod...and perhaps a toothbrush. Julia has done very well sacrificing fashion for necessity, as the majority of her lovely apparel will remain in the closet. ...