Hotel Seeburg

Ringgenberg, Bern, 3852 , Switzerland | 2 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Ringgenberg

    Leaving Interlaken for Genova

    A travel blog entry by sandemac on Oct 23, 2013

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    ... the middle of Switzerland. We just stopped for a coffee at Montreux. Deep Purple wrote the song smoke On the Water, based on the town Montreux, we overlooked the lake whilst we drank our coffee. Shame it's raining. We are now driving to Lausanne. Lausanne is very French looking and sits on the top/middle of lake Geneve. It is poring rain still, so we found a little bit of shelter and ate our lunch. We had ...

    Driving around the Interlarken area

    A travel blog entry by sandemac on Oct 22, 2013

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    ... a small fortune for admittance, so we didn't bother. We had lunch in the carpark and drove. We went into Interlarken and had a beer at the hotel we should have stayed at. We think we made the right decision staying at the flat because we could cook, wash, and we had free parking. We had a yummy dinner of beef stroganoff, and an early ...

    Lovely apartment

    A travel blog entry by sandemac on Oct 21, 2013

    ... little town, where I parked and tried to buy a coffee. Nothing is ever open around lunchtime. The drive was really spectacular with beautiful Eiger's (mountains). The mountains are the type used in the Movie The Eiger, with Sylvester Stillone. We drove passed a few dams along a winding road up the mountain. We reached a cafe and sat in the car and had lunch overlooking a valley and up to the mountains. We went to the cafe and realised you paid a lady ...

    Mark's in Jail

    A travel blog entry by madolph on Jul 11, 2013

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    ... slept through most of the ride, but the scenery that I did see was gorgeous. And there were castles all over the place! Our first Swiss rest stop greeted us with a Toblerone display and shops ranging from Fossil leather to Swatch and Swarovski. Expensive - but for a rest stop, I was impressed! At this same rest stop we encountered our first pay toilets. There was a gate across the entrance and it was a full £1 to enter. We stopped at the ...

    Lucerne

    A travel blog entry by carnold on Jan 14, 2013

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    ... organist began playing as if on cue. Cool.

    After the church, we headed across the river via the original wooden bridge from the 1400s to start our tour of the old town. The old town is a mostly pedestrian area filled with shops in buildings built hundreds of years ago, some with painted exteriors depicting both the original occupants of the shops (in one case rings indicating a jeweler) or a scene representing the owners (in one case a couple ...