Parkhotel du Sauvage
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Parkhotel du Sauvage Meiringen
Travel Blogs from Meiringen
... my French couldn’t get past the “tulipier de virginie” but it was still spectacular.
We set off for the Swiss border at Basel, and an hour later were paying for our vignettes, a pass to allow us to travel on the motorways. We had to have one for the caravan too, so £54 later we were on our way. We have never towed in Switzerland before, but as with most things, the Swiss are ...
... To land; hold legs up in front of you. It seemed like so much to remember but the flight up and the scenery beneath us was just so beautiful to look at that I lost all concept of time and next thing I knew my pilot was strapping me in tighter to his harness.
All the pilots onboard the plane started wishing each other a safe jump, mine kept teasing Felicity's pilot about his dodgy gear (thank god it wasn't mine being teased or I would of completely panicked ...
... reservation said. I did confirm a cheaper price with no dinner. We get two pizzas to go since the beer at the hostel was 1/2 the price at the restaurant. Two 8-10 inch pizzas for the bargain price of 33.50 SF. When we return, there are three young men sitting outside, drinking beer at a table. Carol says hello and before long we are talking to them for 15 minutes or so. One of them, went to college last year in Colorado Springs. I get a couple of beers and we ...
... to see some familiar faces at the party, friends of his who I’d met before during previous visits to Switzerland. Must say that Lars liked my present the best - ha-ha! We had a delicious BBQ lunch outside, it was just a shame it was a bit chilly and a bit rainy.
I had a lovely weekend catching up with the siblings and I hope Anastazia has a great first week at her new job! Look forward to seeing them again soon ...
... covered bridge that spanned the river in the heart of town. It was nearly 500 years old and adorned with flowers on the outside, and triangle-framed paintings depicting the history of the area on the inside of the bridge. Perhaps the most fun was watching the graceful swans cruise around in the water, providing a lovely foreground for the surrounding mountain peaks. The only thing that could have made this niche of Switzerland more idyllic would have been if ...