Hotel du Soleil

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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A Trip to the Chocolate Factory

A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Aug 04, 2014

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... t have it's full effect. We then set out to find dinner. Food is very expensive here in Bern, and Nick wasn't too hungry so didn't want to spend too much money on dinner. We ashamedly ended up at McDonalds for our "cheap" dinner. Hopefully we find a money tree to shake down or a supermarket to buy some food, I'm not sure I can stomach another happy meal tomorrow. Oh yeah, and Bern has some pretty interesting ...

Hello Swiss baby!

A travel blog entry by nikkibug1 on Nov 27, 2013

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... belongings, put our bags away then had a small rest in our room.Then we were off to search the streets of Switzerland! Nikki was extremely excited as she sees this as her second home and if she could, she would live here! Switzerland streets were great! Amazing shops! Big supermarkets! Lots of chocolate! Sport stores with ice hockey gear and so much more! Bern's coat of arms is a black bear, and everything in the city has bears on it! There ...

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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... underway. It was a bit noisy, but no more disruptive to daily life than any large crowd would be. It even seemed that the local restaurants appreciated the added business. As the clouds became a bit more merciful, we wandered along Kramgasse, which literally translates as "The street where you can find stuff." The cobblestone market street is graced with fountains, each of which is topped by a medieval statue, each a ...

Bear City

A travel blog entry by kinkajou25 on Jul 27, 2011

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... loads of Asian tourists there too, and I swear, right when the clock went, "Ding!" Every Asian tourist went, "Ooooooooh!" in complete harmony. The funny thing is, the clock didn't do much. A few bears spun around, and that was about it. I think the only neat thing is that it has been doing that for 600 years.

After that phenomenal experience, we found some Portuguese musician guys playing it up on the street. Dad, of course had to ...