Mercure Bregenz City
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMercure Bregenz City
I would have no hesitation in recommending this hotel. It has a great location right by Lake Constance.
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Travel Blogs from Bregenz
... motorbike riding.
Gilly's satnav was proving to be very unreliable and we made a decision when we just short of Tuttlingen that when we saw signs for the town of Stockach, we would follow the signs regardless of what the satnav was telling Gilly. So in the middle of Tuttlingen we approached a traffic island and being just behind Gilly and upon seeing the signs for Stockach, I duly followed the signs. However, Gilly didnt and ...
Today we left the buzz of the city and throngs of tourists behind and headed for the hills. Five hours later we settled in a lovely little town high in the alpine with a breathtaking view of the surrounding mountains and valley below. And yes, the water was ...
... 11th century Castle which is the oldest structurally sound in Germany, and other old half timbered buildings. From the view point you can see ferries crossing and cruising the lake and we can just make out the Alps in the distance. When the weather us good you should be able to see the snowy peaks! On the lower level there are a lot of cafes, restaurants and tourist shops. All along the ...
Today is Grandfather’s 80th birthday and since
Corinne has recently turned 21 it was decided to celebrate their birthdays
together at a fancy restaurant in Gottlieben which is a beautiful old town
situated on the banks of the Rhine.
After a quick breakfast Stef, Jan, Corinne and I cycled out
to the town of Steckborn where we met the gang of relatives and jumped on board
a boat which took us down river ...
The first hour of the drive from Lauterbrunen northwest to Austria was very interesting with farms and pretty towns and even a Swiss horn player practising on the roadside on a mountain pass but once we got closer to the big cities of Lucerne and Zurich we stuck to the motorways. There wasn’t much to see other than huge industrial sites and the insides of tunnels. The Swiss sure do tunnels well. We must have done 40 plus in the two days we drove through Switzerland. ...