Hotel du Barrage

Address: Route Du Barrage 83, Rossens, Fribourg, Ch-1728, Switzerland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Route Du Barrage 83, Rossens.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel du Barrage Rossens

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Travel Blogs from Rossens

Our very own Swiss Apartment!

A travel blog entry by karin.histon on Aug 02, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... single important questions

"Mme. Où est-ce qu'on achète les pains au chocolats" ….where do you buy the chocolate croissants.

….but while you're at it and just to cover the basics...."Où est-ce qu'on achète le vin?"…..the wine? ….

Again, Richard and Christel the ever venerable hosts unloaded our baggage and we took it, along with Bob Jr. and two little scooters up into the ...

Hello Swiss baby!

A travel blog entry by nikkibug1 on Nov 27, 2013

13 photos

... we could not read! We quickly left the cold and sat down on a table where sitting next to and on the same table as German couple. They didn't say much to us but I think they spoke good English! The room was small, packed with Germans or are they Swiss? Mmm they talk in German. Amazing smells everywhere!! People ordered sausages, fondues and potatoes. Lots of potatoes and lots of cheese everywhere!! Nikki picked the schnitzel and veg/chips ...

Day 1- Bern, Lucerne

A travel blog entry by redd90 on Jun 09, 2013

78 photos

... fans. TV programmes are all in German and you have to pay CHF 5 for 24 hours WIFI usage.

We had our dinner at the hotel restaurant. I was actually expecting a swiss-like dinner, but we only got rice, carrots and fish for our main course. The desert however, was delicious!! We had the caramel cream for desert. After that, we just went back to our room and sleep the night off due to the jetlag and lack of sleep in the plane. Stay tuned for day 2 in Switzerland!

Capitalizing Switzerland

A travel blog entry by lmcfarland on Sep 22, 2012

14 photos

... macabre than the last. At the end of the street, adjacent to the river, sits a little chapel, the Nydeggkirche. We discovered a concert was planned for that evening, and so we returned later to hear a first-rate chamber orchestra play mostly Tchaikovsky pieces. On Sunday, grateful for somewhat bluer skies, we further explored the ancient city, and then climbed the 344 steps to the top of the Cathedral's bell tower. ...

Bear City

A travel blog entry by kinkajou25 on Jul 27, 2011

29 photos

... the Stadtkanzlei, or chancellery, and the Mnster of Bern, a Swiss reformed cathedral, with all these intricate designs in the doorway depicting loads of Bible stories, with Christ's birth in the center. We then got back to the Railway Station, where we finally went grocery shopping, and where Susannah and I found lots of funny product names, like Tourist Chocolate (for all them tourist folks). We then got back to the car, and drove away from Bern.