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

... these ones actually have a retracting step and are level with the platform so great for oldies and people with luggage! For dinner I just had bits n pieces. Organic fruit and cheese (from a stall in Interlaken), yoghurt, a little rhubarb pie (delicious), and a little bit of Swiss chilli chocolate! Oh dear, my travels seem to consist of wandering and eating. Just how I like it! Give me that any day over museums and ...

Bern, the City of Bears

A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Aug 05, 2014

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... worth the visit. Afterwards we walked to the parliament building which was booked up for the day so unfortunately we were not able to go in. Nick (and his theory about Swiss government) was confused why they would need a parliament since they always remain neutral. (He has a very interesting little mini argument he goes through in his head-very weird). We also walked past their clock tower, which if you were disappointed by the clock in Prague, there is no doubt you would be ten ...

It's week 4 and the move to Bern is on.

A travel blog entry by lesliegugger on Mar 06, 2014

2 comments, 2 photos

... s a reputation to which, most up hold, everything is, just slower and more relaxed. Which is really cool, because you have a city life with a more country mentality. We shopped like we teenagers do. I got to know every 'hip' store for teens in Bern. I didn't get a chance to see the old quarter of town or any sights, because as my cousins say "What would want to do there?! It's so not cool, it's like old and stuff". There will be another chance to see Bern, I ...

Luzern to Bern

A travel blog entry by erinkats on Jul 24, 2013

10 photos

... houses to the lake. The architecture was different from the German towns of similar size, making the trip worth the visit. We tried a piece of a local delicacy, Nidlechueche, a bread like tart with honey cream topping. It tasted similar to the honey toast I have been eating for breakfast. Hoping our train ride back would be much more direct, we walked back to the train station. We made it back successfully in 30 minutes and looked for a place to eat ...

Capital of Switzerland

A travel blog entry by kaizen on Dec 25, 2012

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... of the promentry is built the Parliament house which apparently, according to the girl on the desk, is the only one in Europe not to have an armed guard and which on that night was the backdrop for a light show. So up I went on the vunicular and dashed along the top street towards the parliament, turning into the square in front packed with people and the show already started. It was designed to integrated with the building outline which was very impressive, but when ...