Hotel Le Chalet

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

Day Two: Cheese & Chocolate

A travel blog entry by d72wilson on Aug 26, 2014

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Boiler technician was here this morning at 7:15. Switched the controls from summer shutdown to normal heating season setting. Radiant heat will take a day to fully warm up the floor. Raining lightly Switched plan for the day to a trip to Gruyeres for a cheese factory tour and fondue lunch. The drive to Gruyeres didn't take long. Drizzle and low clouds. Found the cheese centre easily; parking lot was really full. I wondered if it would be worse on a sunny day. Bought our tickets ...

Exploring the city of Bern babaay

A travel blog entry by nikkibug1 on Nov 28, 2013

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... of different things. Danny chose a set meal of burger and fries (as usual) and I had a meal from the buffet area. I got excited because I thought it was a set price so I pilled my plate high with lots of local dishes and heaps of veg. Turns out cost was by weight. My meal cost over 20CHF. So much for a cheap quick meal. But boy was it tasty and I stayed full for hours. We went supermarket shopping and also went to a chocolatier and bought some awesome chocolate from ...

The Amazing Race to Bern

A travel blog entry by bradtravelling on Jul 11, 2013

... of washrooms called Mr. Clean, it cost me 2 CHF going to use the facilities, for that price, it better be clean, it was more than expected. We were planning on carrying our backpacks throughout Bern (crazy), but thankfully there was luggage lockers in the train station, so we left our luggage and went directly to Barenplatz to see the clock tower. What a marvel of design, what beautiful ...

Bears in Bern

A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Sep 03, 2012

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... maps with routes that you can pick up at the TI. Bern has 16 very colourful fountains that were built in the 16th century to brighten up the town. All of the buildings are built from gray-green stone that is quarried nearby. In the early days of Bern, a fire destroyed most of the city and ever since then, a law was passed that requires every building to be made from stone and not wood – very practical but not aesthetically ...

Bear City

A travel blog entry by kinkajou25 on Jul 27, 2011

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The next day, we got our church clothes on and drove to Bern to go to the Bern LDS Temple. Dad, Mom, Allison, and Dallin went to a session in French in the temple, while Susannah and I did Baptisms for the Dead.

Going in this temple was a little different than the one in Oakland. They first made Susannah and I take off our shoes and we went down a spiral stairway to the Baptismal Font. We put our shoes in a large closet-like room, and ...