Marguerite Savoy Hotel

Address: 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

Our own discovery of CHOCOLATE!

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

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... train goers from our balcony, engaging them in full conversations about her 'mouf' and chocolate?



To fully understand the craziness that is Avaia, you have to know that these conversations to the outside world occur between ...

Weekend at Berne-ie's

A travel blog entry by mike_erin on Dec 28, 2013

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... one of said buses. To add to the excitement you also try and pelt your fellow Canadians with snow balls while screaming "I'll kill you!" and careening around small children. It was as close to real life MarioKart as you can get. If you do nothing else in Switzerland...go Sledging! P.P.S. The dogs here are awesome and they go EVERYWHERE with their people! The go on the train, to the grocery store, to the mall and yes...they even go sledging ...

The river

A travel blog entry by molhanmike on Jul 27, 2013

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Today we woke up in our 6 bed dorm which was quite strange to be surrounded by 3 unfarmliar Asians but they seemed friendly so it was ok. Hostel is very nice here, great kitchen and big common room with wifi (shame I don't have a phone to appreciate it but :-D) This morning we decided to go straight to the bear park to go and see the big grizzly bears along side the river which was very very cool. Switzerland is very expensive and the whole euro ...

Capital of Switzerland

A travel blog entry by kaizen on Dec 25, 2012

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... the hour, had bears dance out - Bern = Bear - followed by little characters. It took me three goes - 3 hours to finally catch it. It lasted for about 30 seconds and left me a little disappointed considering the effort I had made to get there. Another must see was the bear sanctuary - where during the warmer months - the well cared for bears gambol and cavort to the amusement of the crowd. On Xmas day the bears were sleeping so the crowd, including me, had to ...

Bern. Beats. Battlestar Gallactica

A travel blog entry by hannahteebay on Jun 06, 2012

... and the reformation had its beginnings. We wandered around where Einstein lived, a glockenspiel-clock tower marking the original entry into the city and a prison tower marking to where the city was expanded and therefore needed a new entrance, and the parliament buildings. There were tall flags lining every city street on both sides, and many had the Bern crest of a bear which is what the city was named after when the founder ...