Hotel des Trois Rois

Address: Rue du Temple 29, Le Locle, Neuchâtel, 2400, Switzerland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rue du Temple 29, Le Locle.
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Travel Blogs from Le Locle

Fribourg with Suzanne

A travel blog entry by davidbell on Oct 12, 2014

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... through the old town looking at the wonderful buildings, clocks, statues and churches. See the pics. One statue was particularly of note, although honestly you'd need a week to even scratch the surface here. It was of an ogre eating children... The Kindlifresserbrunnen (German for Child Eater Fountain) is a fountain created in 1545/46 by Hans Gieng in place of a wooden fountain from the 15th century. A literal translation of the name Kindlifresserbrunnen therefore would be ...

Exploring Bern, Switzerland

A travel blog entry by eldonsteeves on Sep 26, 2014

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... We went to a place that specialized in Fondue. The gal that waited on us helped us. She said all we'd really need was one pot, but Eldon wanted a pot with mushrooms too. So, our dinner consisted of boiled potatoes, bread and two cheese filled caldrons of yummy cheese, one of them with mushrooms. We couldn't believe what we were eating. Needless to say, we don't ever have to do Swiss Fondue again. However, that being said, the cheese was truly ...

Touring Switzerland- heading to the German border

A travel blog entry by marknsuzy on Sep 21, 2014

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... in Switzerlsnd at an ancient Roman site. Augusta Raurica was the name. This German town was called Augusta after the site. It was amazing the earliest archaeological traces found date from around 15BC! So of course Mark was in his element. We then pushed on to a little village just over the border called Kenzingen. At the border we were waved through!! We were quite amazed. At the Swiss border they ...

Bears, Bunkers and Lesbians

A travel blog entry by dgilcrest on Sep 19, 2014

108 photos

... sell knives and during the course of the sale, Steve mentioned that he was from San Francisco.  With that the woman who was helping him said, "That's where I should live because I'm a lesbian!"  Good to know.  Steve ended up getting a "rescue knife" so now he is happy.  Our host in Switzerland, Guy, also gave him a pocket knife so he really is in heaven!!! Today we took a ride up above Lugnorre to see tunnels and bunkers that were constructed during WWI.  ...

You say Auf Wiedersehen and I Say Bon Jour!

A travel blog entry by dgilcrest on Sep 18, 2014

168 photos

... past a few cows lying down, one got up and we thought we were going to have some trouble, but luckily not. Of course I was the one who stepped in a hole in the middle of a field and took a dive, but luckily didn't hurt anything and most importantly...didn't land in a cow pie!

That night there was a food festival (La Nuit Des Saveurs) in Morat, which is a medieval town ...