Park Inn by Radisson Lully

Restoroute Rose de la Broye A1, Lully, Fribourg, 1470, Switzerland | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Restoroute Rose de la Broye A1, Lully, is near The Chateau, The Château de Chenaux, and The Estavayer-Le-Lac Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Lully

Schiltalp & Bellevue Palace

A travel blog entry by corben on Aug 21, 2011

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... hotel terrace, including my James Bond 007 martini
- Refreshing cold towels brought to our table to keep us cool while having dinner outside
- Getting lost in the Old Casino Building on Sunday night - a "Get Smart" experience where strange automatic doors kept opening to allow us to get further and further into the clearly dark and closed building.

Geocaching in Bern

A travel blog entry by suikerbossie on Jan 13, 2011

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... chocolate is made here and here Swiss cheese originated. It is the capital of Switzerland and it was built in 1191. We felt like we were in scenes from medieval times while walking through the streets.

Bern has now become our favorite Swiss city! {Read more about this interesting city here > Click}

Tomorrow its back to Italy, Milan with a stop at Lausanne.


Da Bears

A travel blog entry by abbymckinley on Apr 11, 2010

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Sunday we headed to Bern for our Bern & Basel trip. We made a few stops on our way up there, and saw some interesting stuff.

- the Congiunta. A museum made of concrete on some fields of podunk Switzerland. The art work was weird, but the space was cool because the light was filtered in from above.
- Pius Church by Franz Feug. The church is a metal frame with thin-cut alabaster set into it. The light filters through the stone, and is super beautiful. ...

It's All Business

A travel blog entry by trockie on Oct 15, 2009

The past few days have been pretty much all work. The training is going well but it's far from entertaining. Our teacher is this woman from Germany who I have nicknamed "Das Furher". She is very serious. She has this "You vill lissen to vaht I teach and you vill learn it." type of personality. Actually she's OK once you come to the realization that it's just a cultural thing. I made it a point ...

Zen & The Art of Egg Maintenance

A travel blog entry by trockie on Oct 13, 2009

The air may be thinner here, but the breathing is definitely easier. By this I mean that the Europeans appear to live a far less hurried and less stressed life than we do in America. They seem to take things in stride and even the stores close around 6 or 7.

One little thing I've taken particular enjoyment in every morning is a soft-boiled egg. I don't know about you, but I haven't come across a soft-boiled egg since I was a young ...