Hotel du Lac Seehof

Address: Seeplatz 6, Kussnacht am Rigi, Schwyz, 6403, Switzerland | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Seeplatz 6, Kussnacht am Rigi, is near Verkehrshaus der Schweiz (Swiss Transport Museum).
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    Travel Blogs from Kussnacht am Rigi

    A bonus trip

    A travel blog entry by travelinbitch on Jun 17, 2014

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    ... of the old town, so you can see most of the highlights right away. My hotel helpfully explained how to take the bus to them, though without luggage, it's easy enough to walk. I take the bus about three stops, cross the street and then take a funiculore up to the lobby. The hotel is very nice, much more the style I'm trying to become used to. She insists on taking me up to my room, which is awkward as we wait a long time for an elevator and I'm too stupid now to make much small talk. ...

    Lucerne to Zurich

    A travel blog entry by alandliz on Dec 19, 2013

    Woke up at 8:40 am - yahoo! Life is good. Did some shopping (never too late to shop) and walking around. Lucerne is a pocket size version of Zurich and has a much better feel. Zurich is just a big city whereas Lucerne has more charm and is easier to get around on foot. At mid day we hoofed it (meant to stroll) from our hotel to the train station to catch the train (the right one) to Zurich. As there was time to spare (15 minutes), I went to get coffee and donuts. Knowing that ...

    Switzerland, the end of the trip.

    A travel blog entry by psing on Jul 20, 2013

    ... cut and bailed.
    The winter ski options are much greater. There are more chair lifts that spread skiers across a vast area. There are over 100 km of pistes when you include the neighbouring Les Mosses. In summer the same area is used by mountain bikers, rock climbers and hikers. We did a couple of great hikes that were fairly challenging. Stunning views everywhere. There's also paragliding. Megan took the cable car to the top of the mountain, La Berneuse at ...

    Friends

    A travel blog entry by ganno67 on Oct 05, 2012

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    ... we checked in at Zurich station next morning, the very helpful lady at the station told us that we had insufficient time at Milan to make our connection to Genoa: "Milan is avery big and very busy station and the train is always late". Very comforting, as our seats were pre booked. Yes, the train was late but the galloping Gannons made it onto the Genoa connection with minutes to spare. A lot of you are aware that there is a great height from the platform to the train in Europe. ...

    Thoughts, accomplishments, perspectives

    A travel blog entry by erblair on Nov 14, 2011

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    ... Elaine.
    Keeping any kind of homework focus while interesting villages, towns, and countryside slides by outside the train windows.

    How can the Swiss keep everything so clean and pristine, no graffiti, no homeless, no trash, trains on perfect promptness?
    How can Europe's public transportation be so much better than that of the USA...it is such a nice convenient way to travel and get around without a car for a couple ...