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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A travel blog entry by kingswardrobe on Jun 23, 2014

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... eat chocolate, where little piggy Jr would have ended up like the fat German kid in Willy Wonka if we let him, and 2) the Giger bar in Gruyeres. The castle of Gruyeres was long ago something important, but more recently it’s become a cheapened tourist trap. H.R. Giger bought the chateau and there’s a Giger museum and a bar with all the bio-mechanical art to sit and eat on. We had beers, tripped out a little, and ate croque monsieur made in a toaster oven. - ...

Days 119 & 120 - Starting back in Switzerland

A travel blog entry by lauren-brendan on Sep 28, 2013

12 photos

... Even dirty old kebabs are about 9 francs, therefore, the supermarket has become our best friend. The hostel kitchen was really good and we were the only ones using it, whipping up a quality bolognese in no time (well Brendan did!) and even had leftovers which we'll save for tomorrow's tea. Sounds sad, but as the trip nears its end, the money nears its end too. Gotta capitalize on these opportunities! Night from us here Lauren and Brendan x 28 ...

Circling Around the Thunersee

A travel blog entry by greenhalgh on May 25, 2013

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... went back down Marktgasse and got some Berliners and a bretzel (yes, bretzel).

We then left the city and took the train to Thun, a beautiful town at the mouth of the Thunersee. With the threatening rain, we decided to tour the castle there, built in 1200. We were so glad we did, as the views from inside the turrets at the top were fabulous. We imagined the Alps in the distance ...

Being an account that will make couch potatoes ...

A travel blog entry by alexandsonia on Aug 22, 2012

2 comments, 16 photos

... for  the effects of the last hut wearing off. Wouldn't want that now would we? We admit it - the Swiss have it figured.  Having now clued in to the logic of it, we realized a couple of details that we had missed before.  There was a 'refueling station' at the top of the gondola as well, and another just a short drive down from the parking lot. In short, it was quickly becoming clear that (1) the Swiss don't believe in doing anything halfways; and (2) ...

Bern, Switzerland

A travel blog entry by mmcfaddin on May 17, 2012

2 comments, 13 photos

... theory says that a person usually does not concern him or herself with lofty or long-term goal or ideals, such as one's future, when the next meal or place to sleep is on one's mind. I spent three hours in Konstanz looking for a grocery store. Sometimes I've spent some time searching for a water source. My water purifier had been a life saver. I've saved so much money not having to buy bottled water. I just go to the nearest stream or waterway. I haven't thought too much ...