Landgasthof Tannler

Sustenstrasse 33, Innertkirchen, Bern, Switzerland | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Sustenstrasse 33, Innertkirchen, is near Glacier Gorge (Gletscherschlucht) and Grimselwelt--KWO Besucherdienst.
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    Travel Blogs from Innertkirchen

    Day 7 - The Grindelwald Pass

    A travel blog entry by scrivtravel on Oct 01, 2013

    11 photos

    ... mountains from the balcony, but the highest mountains of the area were still hidden from view.

    As the morning drizzle fizzled out I hit the road. I was in no particular rush, as although it would be my highest climb yet up to Grosse Schiedeig at 1962m all I had to do afterwards was freewheel down the other side to a campsite. The benefit of doing the climb from the Grindelwald side is that the ...

    Switzerland - the land of mountains

    A travel blog entry by judy59 on Jun 20, 2013

    7 photos

    ... in the shop of course, big and small tractors available (at a price). No we didn't buy one. We were then taken to the canteen and given a three course meal. That really surprised us but not one to turn down free food we all lapped it up. Just as well as it turns out. We left Mannheim and onto the motorway to the black forest. At least that was the plan, until we hit a traffic jam caused by an accident. We spent 4 hours and travelled 100 kms. There was time to ...

    A Swiss day outs

    A travel blog entry by joyf on Oct 11, 2012

    ... to the top of the hill then onto the top of the tower. The views were magnificent but hampered by the mesh which covered the windows. We walked back down onto the wall walked along it. The panoramic views of Lucerne were breath taking. We had a beautiful sunshiny day too. Later we met Kenny & Danielle on the most famous Chapel Bridge (Kapelbrucke) which divided the old Lucerne from the new. It's built across ...

    A long train journey

    A travel blog entry by abhay.chitnis on May 30, 2012

    ... the cities were more modern and had more of 'Americanish' feel to them. Milan station was quite modern with airport like shops and eateries in the station. Raaj had his first look at a Burger King joint. After more than two hours of wait we caught the train to Arth Goldau. We had switched from Italian Railway to Swiss Railway. One major obvious difference was that the first class fare did not include free drinks and snacks ! As we neared Arth ...

    Once Upon A Time

    A travel blog entry by mrsharvey on Dec 04, 2010

    17 photos

    Lucerne/Luzern is an absolute gem of a town, nestled by a lake in a valley below a sobering line of tall mountains. Actually, until the sky cleared this afternoon, we had no idea that the mountains were even there, and it was somewhat of a surprise to see such a craggy landscape appear out of the blue (literally)! We arrived from Zurich on Thursday, a short one-and-a-bit-hour train journey towards central Switzerland. The second we stepped out of the station I fell ...