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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Travel Blogs from Lully

Capital of Switzerland

A travel blog entry by kaizen on Dec 25, 2012

11 photos

... it drops away sharply as you reach the tip of the promentry or make you way down onto the flat ground which borders the river, thus the vunicular which takes you from the top area to the river area where the hostel was located. For a ticket costing 1 euro which you buy from a grumpy old man at the top or a machine at the bottom, you can save a great strain on your knees or much puffing and panting, plus you get a great view.
I rode down with an elderly couple who ...

The Sleeping Bear Roars

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Jun 02, 2012

4 comments, 17 photos

... 00. Nächste Halt Bern! The train ride to Bern was just over two hours long, and took me high into the mountains, although not quite into the Alpine region. Remarkably I met no one on the train ride, as my compartment was a ghost town. No one even came by to check my ticket! The train station in Bern is much larger than the one in Geneva. My first thought when I got off the train and looked at the adds around me was that I was back in German land. When I stepped off of ...

Sledging on the Neiderhorn

A travel blog entry by steveandkat on Dec 24, 2010

46 photos

... emerald colour or if it was the fact that the water came from the mountains themselves, either way it was enchanting. I stood outside staring into the water and watched as it changed from blue, to green to aqua with every fold and ripple. The mountains themselves seemed to draw their colour from the lake. In between the cascaded snow which fell into place after falling from the jagged top of each mountain peak was a deep and dark navy blue surface. This might have been a ...


A travel blog entry by timgavin on May 31, 2010

10 photos

I decided to check out the capital of Switzerland, despite being told that there really was nothing there. I found a group of cool students to host me for my stay, there names were Clau, Camü, Mike and Jan (However I only met Clau once). By the way, there profile picture is by far one of the coolest pictures I have ever seen, you have to check it ...

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 ...