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 ...

Jail

A travel blog entry by sammishaw on Jul 20, 2013

4 photos

... took a 30minute cog train up to the very top where we took photos, unfortunately not being the clearest day it was very foggy but all in all got some good photos. We then got a cable car to go half way back down where we went on the longest summer toboggan track in Europe it was extremely fun I managed to catch up the girl in front of me which then slowed things down but all in all was really fun. A quick ...

Ciao Ciao Venezia, Wilkommen to Interlaken

A travel blog entry by jonesadventures on Sep 29, 2012

2 comments, 19 photos

This morning we woke up in time to walk to the train station to catch our train. We didn't have time to eat breakfast (since it didn’t start until 7:30, when we had to leave by) so we just grabbed some chocolate chip muffins and some fruit and bread for the train rides.

We had a good 30 minute walk to the train station, including many bridge crossings (not fun with luggage). We made our train reservations (since this was a high speed ...

Swiss High

A travel blog entry by oldwombat on Oct 03, 2011

12 photos

... the next. It leaves you wondering what happens if there is a breakdown – rescue by helicopter??

The view from the top was magnificent - 360o of mountain ranges as far as the eye could see and beyond to Germany’s Black Forest. There was a violent wind up there which drowned out all other sounds so it was quite a relief to go inside the complex once the obligatory photos has been taken.

Came down to Murren and ...

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 ...