Schloss-Hotel Swiss-Chalet

Luzernerstrasse 204, Merlischachen, Schwyz, 6402, Switzerland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Luzernerstrasse 204, Merlischachen, is near Dying Lion of Lucerne Monument, Verkehrshaus der Schweiz (Swiss Transport Museum), Glacier Garden (Gletschergarten), and Bourbaki Panorama.
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    Travel Blogs from Merlischachen

    Tips To Help You Sleep Better And Prevent Snoring

    A travel blog entry by faultylink241 on Jan 15, 14

    ... will not only feel and look better, but you will sleep better too.

    When you snore constantly, when you are pregnant, you must speak with your doctor. immediately.. But you should know that the snoring will not be affecting the oxygen your little one is becoming, women that are pregnant do usually snore due to extra pressure. Therefore, you should visit your physician as soon as snoring occurs to rule out any problems that may harm your unborn child.


    Back to the Future

    A travel blog entry by mr_mozam on Jul 19, 2013

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... It was another 2 hour journey. Apart from there being more spectacular countryside, the trip was just another train. I may sound blasé about the countryside but it really IS beautiful. I can certainly understand why people want to live here. Upon arrival in Lucerne we were given a very brief coach tour of the city. This was followed by a one hour boat tour of Lake Lucerne. Apparently to cruise the entire lake takes about 4 ...

    Lucerne, SWITZERLAND

    A travel blog entry by trina.manz on Jan 18, 2013

    9 photos

    ... a small burner and hotplate type thing, a bowl of mini boiled potatoes, some pickled onions and a PLATTER of cheese (same type). Turns out you melt the cheese and pour it over your potatoes and eat. It was good! Felt like it made up for my fondue! Luke had an epic rosti. It was an entire plate of shaved, grilled potatoe coveted in a layer of tomato and cheese with a fried egg on top! Yum but a rich meal and so expensive! Switzerland was so dear, my cheese and potatoes was ...

    Locked Up.

    A travel blog entry by josurinu on Sep 28, 2012

    7 comments, 4 photos

    ... all the different cultures we met, the Swiss were the most standoffish. We got the stank eye when we tried going to a bar. I can just sense the, "ahhhh ****, tourists," but in Swiss German. But I'll try to reserve my judgment since I dont think I had enough time in Switzerland. Maybe another time. But for now, we saw the Swiss Alps and Lake Lucern. But I was REALLLLLY REALLLLLLLLLLY bummed I didn't get to go shopping. ...

    Day 6: Moving on up to the Alps

    A travel blog entry by chungs on Mar 21, 2011

    11 photos

    ... looking for and only pointed us a general direction to a possible landmark. Still, we ventured out to explore, but we realized we were walking toward a wrong direction. Since dinner time was approaching quickly, we aborted the mission and returned to the hotel’s dining room.

    The dining room was very nicely decorated. Kit had a local beer for 6 Euros, which he took the bottle home as souvenir. We were ...