Hotel du Soleil

Address: Route Du Moulin 2, Cornaux, Neuchâtel, 2087, Switzerland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Route Du Moulin 2, Cornaux, is near Bear Pits (Barengraben), Place Pury, The Collégiale church, and The Musee d'Art et d'Histoire.
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Travel Blogs from Cornaux

Day Two: Cheese & Chocolate

A travel blog entry by d72wilson on Aug 26, 2014

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... the crowd to the exhibits that explained the history and process for making the cheese. Huge volumes of milk come in daily from the farms. It is treated,warmed and chilled, stirred and pressed until it is in the form of big "wheels". These are soaked in brine to get the salt content up, then stored on racks for 3, 6 or 12 months to get the desired taste. We were given samples of each age - noticeably different. A good restaurant operates within the building. We shared an ...

Hello Swiss baby!

A travel blog entry by nikkibug1 on Nov 27, 2013

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... laces, pink on his pants, pink singlet top, pink glasses, pink scarf, pink beanie and wore his very long hair in a pony tail with a pink scrunchy!!!! And yes I got a photo!! After 3 and a half hours or riding a train we were now in Bern, roughly around 3oclock. It was absolutely freezing. We didn't have gloves on at this point and had to open our bags and get them because we couldn't stand the cold. Especially Nikki. We walked out the ...

Day 1- Bern, Lucerne

A travel blog entry by redd90 on Jun 09, 2013

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... and it's really beautiful. The water is stunningly clear ( but not crystal blue clear) with lots of swans swimming. We also walked on the Chapel Bridge, a well known monument of Lucerne. We also saw the Lion Monument, which is a well tourist attraction in Lucerne.

After the city tour, we headed back to our hotel at hotel Luzernerhof. Apparently, this hotel is a 4-star hotel but I dare say that a 2 star hotel in Asia matches that standard. Why? First of all, ...

Capitalizing Switzerland

A travel blog entry by lmcfarland on Sep 22, 2012

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... embrace it with delight and whimsy. Bern is walkably small, contains millennium-old architecture, enormous town clocks, miles of covered walkways to shield shoppers from the elements, and countless quaint touches (such as statue-crested fountains, an over-sized cathedral tower, and an improbable bear park). Bern also has a well-functioning tram system, and so in spite of the rain it was easy to make our way from our hotel ...

Bear City

A travel blog entry by kinkajou25 on Jul 27, 2011

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... streets in Bern is that they are all very wide, and have narrow, almost symmetrical buildings on either side. The tour also led us to some fountains. Bern has lots of 16th century fountains made by Hans Gieng. Some of them include the Pfeifferbrunnen, or Piper, the Mosesbrunnen, or Moses, the Simsonbrunnen, or Samson, and the Kindlifresserbrunnen, or Ogre eating some babies.

I liked walking down the streets of Bern. I found shop selling ...