Park Inn by Radisson Lully

Address: 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 Estavayer-Le-Lac Museum, and The Château de Chenaux.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Lully

Recouping energy

A travel blog entry by scootergal on Jul 31, 2012

1 comment

... as it's 1/4 price as postage in Switzerland. I have actually used everything I brought with me but now that the weather is warmer and I won't be doing anymore high passes, I can ditch some of the warm clothes and souvenirs.

One thing I would consider bringing next time is a small camp chair. The ground is a long way down and very uncomfortable when you have a dodgy knee.

I had such a wonderful lazy day - I even turned the TV on.

CH, Suisse, Switzerland....home?

A travel blog entry by rita.k on Jul 11, 2011

2 comments, 6 photos

With a tearful and a smiling eye I left Nice on Friday morning. I had really liked the city, my host Dominique was so kind, and the Mediterranean sea always gave me a sense of peace when I would gaze out onto its blue endlessness. Yet, I began to realize that a certain apathy and a loneliness was really starting to eat at my heart. No longer was the beautiful surrounding, the nice people I met, the sense of discovery and adventure satisfying to me. I had to acknowledge ...


A travel blog entry by jkfrederick on Sep 17, 2010

1 comment, 7 photos

... done that on my own. That night my friends and I found a Mexican restaurant to eat dinner at (I'm sure you are all disgusted now, but we really didn't get sick of it).

Thursday morning we woke up early for conferences by the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (Bern is the political capital of Switzerland). That afternoon we were left to our own devices, so we ...

Ski trip to Grindelwald

A travel blog entry by danly on Jan 13, 2010

5 comments, 8 photos

... if it is snowing. Some of the chairlifts here have these bright orange domes you can pull over yourself anyway to blocke the wind which is a great idea.

The demographic of skiers here are a lot more mature. We hardly saw any young people today and the people who were skiing looked to be in their 50s or more. The Swiss here are certainly very fit and in good health. Although their national food appears to be chocolate and cheese, we have noticed they are very fit here ...

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 ...