Marguerite Savoy Hotel

Payerne, Payerne, Vaud, 1530, Switzerland | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Payerne

Sixth week come and gone.

A travel blog entry by lesliegugger


... in the mud with the bike on top of me and white jacket on. That is how much skill I have. If I fall I make sure it's story worthy. So with a big black slimy mud patches on my jacket I walked the bike out of the field, muttering under my breathe things if would never want my grandmother to hear. After I cleaned my self up, my cousins, my aunt, uncle and I left for the party, where us youngins spent the whole night laughing, fooling around, watching a good ice hockey match in ...


A travel blog entry by robyn4215


... the main part of the trip starts as we are about to use the regional trains to follow the path of the GLACIER EXPRESS, goes from Zermatt to St Moritz, but we started the trip at Brig. This train would have cost us about $290 swiss franks for the two of us, approx $320 australian dollars Instead by using regional trains, they travel the same path and with our Eurail pass it only cost us a total of $50 - fantastic value... If you are ever over here, make sure you consider this trip. ...

The beautiful city of Bern

A travel blog entry by dansam2012


... wet socks, they put there shoes outside but whatever that horrible smell was it was still there! Dan sprayed deodorant in the room to try and get rid of that smell. They only stayed the one night which was good.  The next day we walked round through Berne, it is such a pretty city. Old wooden buildings, cobble stone roads, beautiful green gardens and clear blue glacier rivers that run through the town. In Berne the symbol is The Bear, they actually have no wild bears in ...

One More Stop Before Barcelona

A travel blog entry by dadonatrain

... snorer! I was assigned a top bunk, which I was resigned to having to climb into and out of several times during the night to go potty, until a nice young Aussie volunteered to take the upper and give me his lower!

As I had done several times before, I used the hostelīs computers to find a place to stay wherever I decided Iīd stop for the last night on the trip before reaching Barcelona on Wednesday. For no particular reason, I chose Nimes, France. What a ...

Settling in and down

A travel blog entry by rita.k


... a cup of Starbucks Coffee: it is not the earth shaking taste of the coffee but a sense of “my home” in the States, a secret pleasure. The other day I had an older couple with probably their grandchild walking in front of me and the young girl spoke about toast with cinnamon sugar in a perfect Midwest American accent (which, to me, is just an “average”, good English). It made me real homesick for my Goshen life ...


This hotel, located on Payerne, Payerne, is near The Château de Chenaux and The Estavayer-Le-Lac Museum.
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