Roter Turm

Address: Hauptgasse 42, Solothurn, Solothurn, CH-4500, Switzerland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Hauptgasse 42, Solothurn, is near Municipal Fine Arts Museum (Kunstmuseum Solothurn).
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      Day 10. Cycling, hopefully the last puncture.

      A travel blog entry by pybus71 on Aug 27, 2014

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      ... a cycling show somewhere.

      So we jumped on a train and headed back to Solothurn. By the
      time we found the cycle shop in Solothurn it was also closed, this time for
      lunch. We settled down for a drink before returning to get the puncture fixed.
      Day gone!!!

      After lunch at camp we decided to go for a swim in the
      river. The water must be about 18 degrees, very refreshing.


      Back in Switzerland

      A travel blog entry by amgolden on Jun 08, 2013

      8 photos

      ... movie. From Basel to Solothurn I had to switch trains in Olten. There was only a 4 minute time window but because I had two huge bags I couldn't run fast enough to make my connection so I had to wait another 30 minutes for the next train. Upon arriving in Solothurn the walk to the apartment was easy (about 3 minutes). The apartment is VERY nice. The only thing I was missing was food. There are no grocery stores near by but ...

      Lake Geneva and train trip

      A travel blog entry by shbell on Apr 20, 2013

      1 comment

      ... became an ode to the subject of man against tyranny and injustice. The reality is really not that tragic as he was a nobleman who was kidnapped for ransom against unpaid debts and was never put in the cellar prison but wined and dined upstairs in royal style until his ransom was paid.

      A few interesting facts about Chillon: it was made of the local green sandstone but in the distant past was painted totally white. This was a status symbol to all around ...

      Being an account that will make couch potatoes ...

      A travel blog entry by alexandsonia on Aug 22, 2012

      2 comments, 16 photos

      ... continued, pretty much nonstop. Hundreds and hundreds of people walking upstream, like a human version of those parades of ants or penguins you see on National Geographic. Finally we could stand it no longer. It was a hot day, we had nothing planned, so why not? Sonia was the brave one, so she set off by herself. A half hour later she was back, exclaiming 'it's warm!' Her sincerity was enough to convince Alex to give it a go, and sure enough, the water is ...

      A city trul overshadowed by its own country!

      A travel blog entry by adambrownell on Nov 30, 2011

      7 photos

      ... our amazing coffee and catch up on old stories, Stefan insisted we see the famous Grizzly Bears of Bern. In a sanctuary in the middle of town, the bears are a real highlight. Lucky for us, and even more so for Stefan, close by is a brewery serving incredible beer (surprisingly) and even better food! Again, overlooking the beautiful city we enjoyed a huge local dish of Rosti (comprising of onion, potato, cheese, egg and some spices). Sounds pretty ...