Hotel des Trois Rois

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 Gabriel and Stephane

A travel blog entry by davidbell on Sep 08, 2014

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... located on a rocky spire above the city of Sion. Reaching the site requires climbing steep stairs that wind around the hill. The castle is surrounded by a ring wall that follows the irregular top of the spire. On the west side of the complex is a pentagonal fortified building. The 15th century chapel is located in the south-west corner. The chapel's frescoes are still intact despite the fire that destroyed the castle. A slender watch tower still stands in this corner as ...

Day 16. Houswork essentialy.

A travel blog entry by pybus71 on Sep 02, 2014

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A cold late start but stunning beautiful clear weather, for
about half an hour, and then the clouds came in. However it wasn’t raining so
outside with us. Still feeling a little piqued from the previous days exertions
we set off on a short walk to observe the Le Saut-Du- Doubs waterfall. Very
pretty it was too. The lake nearby had a lot of small fish in it.

After a slow walk back the rest of the day was spent on housework
and ...

Day 15. Rest day definitely over......hard work.

A travel blog entry by pybus71 on Sep 01, 2014

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Exhausted we drove up to an area known as Lac des Brenets
where we set up camp. What a beautiful area. Wide green valleys with scattered
trees, cows, lakes and sunshine. Apparently the coldest place in Switzerland
with temperatures of -41 degrees having been measured.

Braai lit, chicken cooking, a glass of red wine……..everything
else can be brought on Visa, but not this.


Day 14. Rest day.

A travel blog entry by pybus71 on Aug 31, 2014

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... place to stay.

For information the campsites are really well maintained
with mowed lawns, playgrounds for kids and a restaurant. For your money you get
a relatively small plot, usually about 5 x 5 meters so they really squeeze the
clients in. However everyone is very polite, friendly and considerate and so
the fact that one is camping very close together, by South African standards,
it is never a problem. All ...

Switzerland here we come!

A travel blog entry by maestromonika on Jul 08, 2013

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Today we said goodbye to France and hello to Switzerland. We travelled south of Dijon and towards Dole and Portsalieu and then crossed the border in the afternoon. The plan was to stay at a campsite at Estavayer-le-Lac but when we got there it was not obvious where the campsite was and everywhere was busy with youngsters – the information about the camp did mention it being used by large school groups so we continued and found a campsite ...