Marguerite Savoy Hotel

Payerne, Payerne, Vaud, 1530, Switzerland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Payerne, Payerne, is near The Estavayer-Le-Lac Museum and The Château de Chenaux.
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Travel Blogs from Payerne

Bern, the City of Bears

A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Aug 05, 2014

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... disappointed here. We grabbed lunch and then headed back to the hostel to relax a little (it's been nice). Around 8 we got up to go to the grocery store to grab a cheap dinner. The grocery store closed at 7, so one can only guess what we had for dinner. McDonalds. I am excited to leave Bern tomorrow so maybe we can have something to eat. We aren't the only ones with this opinion though, our bunk-mates have thought the same thing and have been "fasting" much like we have to avoid costs. ...

First Swiss Christmas Tree - Tannenbaum Farm

A travel blog entry by bluetick1305 on Dec 06, 2013

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... her know that this was country living.

As we peeked in the barn and saw all the cows (Ryen trying desperately to go pet them), we heard a "Gruezi"..hello in swiss german. An holder gentleman, probably in his 70s approached us. He spoke very little English but somehow we managed to get the Christmas tree ...

First Day in Bern

A travel blog entry by molhanmike on Jul 26, 2013

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... s) and then a very noisy train to Bern, arriving at 9:20. We checked into the hostel and decided what we're going to do today, plans include going to a bear park, sightseeing in the medieval town and swimming in the river - we'll see what happens! New currency is strange (francs) after euros for nearly 4 weeks. ...


A travel blog entry by barbo on Jan 30, 2013

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... in the 100m-high cathedral spire. From Switzerland's highest church tower, we enjoyed magnificent views across the city and into the Bernese Mittelland and the snow-capped mountains of the Bernese Oberland – even Jungfrau. Outside, we saw the elaborate portal depicting the Last Judgment. We soon noticed the fountains which are part of the eleven Renaissance allegorical statues on public fountains in the Old Town. ...

Every part of Switzerland

A travel blog entry by kevgunner4 on Jun 28, 2012

First of all, Im sorrx for all the silly gammar mistakes, but Im typing on a German keyboard and I cant figure out how to work the apostrophe and the z and y are switched. Since the last blog, weve arrived in Bern. We stayed in two separate places at first, us with a family with two children, Micah who is 3 (or pronounced Miha in German) and Lorraina who is 5, woke us up every morning at 7 because they were playing. Mrs. Orspina stayed with a sister about ...