Jenny

Address: 84 rue de Hegenheim, Hagenthal-le-Bas, Alsace, 68220, France | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 84 rue de Hegenheim, Hagenthal-le-Bas, is near Basler Zoologischer Garten, Spalentor (City Gate), Kannenfeldpark, and Central.
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      Travel Blogs from Hagenthal-le-Bas

      Switzerland and its mountains

      A travel blog entry by michaeljay on Jan 09, 2015

      7 photos

      ... of Switzerland. After a gentle look around and some lunch (another lovely local soup with meat and vegetables) Joy - of all people!! - said she fancied going up the mountain by cable car. Now Joy is scared of heights, and these are pretty big mountains, but off we went. Two rather nervous cable car rides later, we were at the village of Murren, altitude some 5,600 feet and about half way to the summit of ...

      Three Countries in ONE day!

      A travel blog entry by frankandlaura on Jan 09, 2015

      4 photos

      ... were wiped out from the kids waking them up early that day so Frank and I decided to try a Mexican restaurant that they recommended. I have to say the quality was very good. The chips and salsa were sub par (but we all know how picky I am about my chips and salsa). The food was good but bland for Mexican standards, which I imagine is pretty typical round these parts. Oddly it was quite comforting to hear people speaking ...

      To Basel!

      A travel blog entry by frankandlaura on Jan 07, 2015

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      We left dark and early on a water taxi for the train station. It was 2 and a half hours to Milan and I slept half the way there. Milan to Basel was 4 hours and a beautiful ride. We rode past lake Como and planned the area as a stop for our next European vacation. It was gorgeous. We also rode passed the snow capped peaks of the Swiss Alps. The mountains were HUGE and the little towns were nestled right up to the base of them. It was quite picturesque. I tried to capture a ...

      Mountain coaster

      A travel blog entry by rachel_spencer on Dec 24, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... no snow for sledding.

      We then had a walk through the town, which had a big church but not much else. The shops were already closed since it was Christmas eve so we headed back. On the way we drove through the Todtmoos which I thought was meant to be a national park with a nice place to stop but we didn't find anything other than a small town. There were little waterfalls everywhere which go under the road and look very pretty.
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      STOPOVER - BASEL

      A travel blog entry by hippofarmerqld on Jun 25, 2014

      13 photos

      ... Less tiring riding 100km on the bike! Took in the Botanical Gardens, (run by the Uni) Starbucks, (ok those with a caffeine addiction think it's an attraction) Central Railway Station, (pretty grand) the Old Town, Town Hall, an ABC (another b..... cathedral/church/castle) and some rides on the trams to nowhere in particular; cause it's free. A nice relaxing day with more great weather, finished off with a lovely home-cooked meal and a ...