Hotel Le Chalet

Address: Chemin de Chanelaz, Cortaillod, Neuchâtel, 2016, Switzerland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cortaillod

Day trip to Interlaken

A travel blog entry by linley_t on Apr 14, 2015

9 photos

... time so don't need to do that again. It's a beautiful sunny day. There's lots of people doing parasailing (tourists). I walked from Interlaken East to Interlaken west and back again. It's a very touristy town but very pretty with all the spring flowers out. I had lunch in a nice sunny spot. Soup or juice, salad and Thai chicken curry with rice. 18.50 Swiss francs. About $27Aud. Switzerland is very expensive. A ...

Our own discovery of CHOCOLATE!

A travel blog entry by karin.histon on Aug 12, 2014

16 photos

... 8230;as much as you want!!!

….I can have a big MOUF too when I want to!

Off we trotted to the train.

"My legs are tiiiiiiired" - we were 5 steps from our apartment.


30 seconds later we were at the train station (did I mention we could see it from our balcony?could throw bread onto it if we tried? And that social butterfly Avaia has made several ...

Came and went, Week 5.

A travel blog entry by lesliegugger on Mar 12, 2014

4 photos

... fat in a land which could double as Willy Wonka's chocolate and sweet factory, is don't even start. Don't even try one. Resist the temptation for as long as you can, then when you feel like you can handle it, dare to try. Just one. Then remove your self from the site of the treat immediately. Let someone hide the treat where you won't have a clue where it is because if you know then that's cheating and your bound to be tempted to sneak there at 1.35am and stuff your face full, feel ...

Touring Bern.

A travel blog entry by erinkats on Jul 25, 2013

1 comment, 20 photos

... had moss growing all over it. Apparently the locals hate this fountain, but the government has managed to fight them off and keep it around. Our favorite fountain was off an Ogre eating babies, not sure what the artist was trying to say was that one. During lunch, we joined the masses picking up take out and ate on the ledge of a fountain. All the while we watched the more sophisticated patrons eat at the restaurants that spill out into the street. After lunch, ...

Capital of Switzerland

A travel blog entry by kaizen on Dec 25, 2012

11 photos

... with them all hanging up in rows like carcasses in an old butcher's shop.
As you moved further into the concourse and the shops began so did the rows of fairy lights which reflected on the silvery metal ceiling making the whole long walk twinkle. And something which is always appreciated by tired travellers, young and old, escalators taking you up to street level and road transport which in Bern like most European cities is a mixture of electric tramway, electric ...