Hotel Roessli Alpnachstad

Address: Brunigstrasse 15, Alpnachstad, Lucerne, CH-6053, Switzerland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Brunigstrasse 15, Alpnachstad, is near Melchsee-Frutt.
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Travel Blogs from Alpnachstad

Day 3 - cog wheel train and a small mountain

A travel blog entry by cjoynt on Sep 14, 2014

3 comments, 17 photos

Our last full day in this base camp from Lucerne, we had perfect weather for a trip up the side of a mountain. We started with a wonderful boat ride across Lake Lucerne. The boat ride comes along with our Swiss rail pass and was super relaxing. Which carries along with the theme for today, of "chilaxing'. They have done a wonderful job with the transportation system here, it's super easy to navigate, clean and on time.

After the ...

Switzerland, the end of the trip.

A travel blog entry by psing on Jul 20, 2013

... br> That dude would easily get a job with 2GB.
There's also the Einstein House and markets that started in the Middle Ages that today include a geranium market and an onion market. Its got a monumental clock tower that dates back to the 15th century with characters that move on queue on the hour. And there's a bear pit that houses two brown bears. Annually it has a fun run or Grand Prix through the old town that is regarded as the 'most beautiful 10 ...

Chocolate Box Country

A travel blog entry by kaizen on Dec 19, 2012

4 comments, 16 photos

... was sitting it looked like they just jumped over the edge of a snowy cliff and disappeared.
After a few pictures I walked from one train across the line which terminated and jumped on the waiting train which would take me back down the mountain by the alternate route. The trip back down the mountain was as scenic as the one up and we stopped at the half way point of Grindelwald. As the train pulled into the station I was scanning the faces waiting and who should I see but my ...


A travel blog entry by kinkajou25 on Jul 23, 2011

16 photos

... a lot like Orangina, or something.

We then walked down along the Reuss River to the Jesuit Church, a giant church with Russian-like domes on the top. Outside of the church, there were several market stands, selling a bunch of salamis and olives and cheese and various good stuff! We then went inside the Jesuit Church. It was very big inside, and the fact that almost everything was painted white gave it a heavenly look.

After looking ...

Pilatus: A night at 7,000 feet

A travel blog entry by rilioe7 on Jul 07, 2011

The View was like a shining beacon of light, piercing through our grim thoughts as we ate our salty food, wondering why we came up here. One Moment, The clattering sounds of knives and forks being used filled the room. People exchanged small talk . Children, left to roam around the room, laughed as they ran around. I was collecting the slightest sliver of cake with my spoon, staring at it suspiciously. Then like a explosion a collective ...