La Pinte Du Vieux Manoir
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews La Pinte Du Vieux Manoir Meyriez
Travel Blogs from Meyriez
... of the shops were closed on Sunday, including the bike shop. It is also closed on Monday so we will check it out on Tuesday. After a late and very satisfying lunch we retired to the hotel to rest up before deciding what sort of light snack we will choose for dinner. We ended up having takeaway Chicken wraps and wedges in our room and an early night. Looking forward to exploring more of Bern ...
Wanting to make use of the day before supper, we headed for Switzerland's capital city - Berne. About an hour away, we arrived about 90 minutes after leaving home. More GPS adventures. Rick Steeves' Guidebook directed us straight to the main train station's parking lot. We left the car and embarked on his walking tour. The path took us to the main sights in the old town. First to the Market Square where we had ...
... and her wire-haired dachshund, Romeo( reminded me of our dog waiting for us at home, Jackson, who is also part dachshund). She was camping at the next town, but told us how wonderful the district is in winter, when the ski season is on. She was telling how everyone questioned why she travelled alone, and to which she replies, "i am not alone, I have Romeo!" As many have said to us, Gertrude said she would love to come to Australia, but said it was much more convenient for her ...
... restored so it was all covered up
I would say Bern is a beautiful little city but no more than 2 nights is needed there, especially if its raining. It did get better when 2 boys I met in Paris from Melbourne dropped in on my last day and we got some beers and drank in my hostel for a few hours until it was time to head to my next Busabout destination: Lautenbrunnen. Jordan Harrison and Jack ...
... anyone more than 30cm away, so we had to call it a night. Such fun though!
After celebrating Australia day in such exuberant fashion, it was only right that we do something to mark our ‘national day’ as well. And celebrate we did! A bunch of us went to Catherine’s for dinner. . . ROAST LAMB! Oh my god, it was such a feast. Two legs of lamb, most of a paddock of potatoes, heaps of veges, crepes and nutella, ...