Hotel Schloss Steinegg

Address: Hüttwilen, Thurgau, 8536, Switzerland | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Hüttwilen, is near Old Arsenal Museum (Altes Zeughaus).
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Travel Blogs from Hüttwilen

Finding Zurich

A travel blog entry by madintentions on May 02, 2014

... machine wouldn't take our credit cards or our cash - only coins. The struggle became real as we realized we were on Bahnofstrasse, which is known as one of the most expensive high-end shopping streets in Zurich and it would be ridiculous to go into Louis Vuitton and ask if they could make change for 10 CHF. We ran to the nearest McDonald's and got change and then caught the next tram to our hostel. The tram is the coolest thing ever. In my opinion, when you ...

Long journey!

A travel blog entry by buckles93 on Nov 22, 2013

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... market there is nice. We finally got on our are over night train to Zagreb! We were exhausted, no sleep or showers and little food wasn't the best. We were so happy when we found out we had beds on the train! It was surreal though, 3 story high bunk bed, that we shared with a French family! No complaints from us though, a beds a ...

Some news about the destinations

A travel blog entry by 2swiss on Jul 06, 2013

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... tax evasion
July 6: Singapore unlikely to overtake Switzerland in wealth management
July 8: XMI, producer of mini speakers will be revealing new smaller and louder speakers shortly.
July 15: Moody’s sounds concern on Singapore banking. The
move is an early warning sign over a build-up of household borrowing in
the region, whose main economies are being driven less by exports and
more by domestic demand, in part fuelled by years of low interest ...

The Financial Hub of Switzerland

A travel blog entry by ianandjen on Aug 29, 2012

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... fashion shops. A pair of shoes costs on average $1000 Swiss Francs which is about the same as our dollar, therefore the shoes are very expensive.

The sun was shining and it was quite hot. We stopped off at the famous railway station which is a very magnificent building.

I walked back to the hotel while Ian continued along the old town and to climb up and down all the streets. The area is quite hilly and ...

Arrival in Switzerland

A travel blog entry by johnandchellnor on Sep 14, 2011

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... br>
I was trying to be cute by pretending to be skeptical that this would work. Well, I got the trolley on a little sideways and it shifted slightly (which I've never experienced before), but it caught and was perfectly safe going up. I was a little more careful on the way down. You can hear Chell and Mike commenting on my silliness.