Seehotel Hirschen

Address: Seestrasse 70, Gunten, Bern, Switzerland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Seestrasse 70, Gunten, is near Zähringen Castle (Schloss Zahringen), Niederhorn, Wocherpanorama, and Schloss Spiez.
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Travel Blogs from Gunten

Brain overload

A travel blog entry by switzerlandswap on Aug 07, 2015

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... has left us a little quiet to ponder that... After the collaboration the three of us were discussing our school/teaching similarities and differences and how we could change a few things at our school to better help our students. It was nice to be in a school that felt very similar to ours, all staff and administration on the same page and all looking out for the best interests of our students. We also gathered a 'few' questions for our next visit on Monday and ...

Get ready to spend

A travel blog entry by andrew.bennin on Mar 18, 2015


... areas, along with the distant Interlaken (and Bern on a clear day) to the northwest. Tourists frolic around in the snow, taking pictures with dslr cameras and iphones on selfie sticks.

Rode the train all the way back down to Lauterbrunnen, ate at Oberland hotel restaurant, had Raclette (swiss favorite, another cheese dish with potatoes). Walked up and down main street of town, observed lights of Wengen (small village towering 1,572 feet ...

Heidi Land Part 1 - Fly Time

A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Sep 13, 2014

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... with not a piece of rubbish or graffiti to be seen which was a slice of heaven after the last three weeks in Italy. We had a quick giggle and washed a very Swiss beer down with a sausage in pastry, see photo attached. We arrived into the most beautiful town I have ever seen Interlaken; located in the middle of two large lakes with a glacial river running through the middle. The town was nestled in the valley and was surrounded on all sides by ...

Wimbledon and the Pub

A travel blog entry by nickandjulie on Jul 01, 2014

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... Aleem Dar. There are boards showing the order of play and what we would call the Men’s Singles is the ‘Gentleman’s Singles.’ Everything is so old school and so unique that it is totally worth going to. Unfortunately, despite my great love for any sporting competition, tennis is one of those sports that loses my interest rather swiftly. It took about two hours to soak up all of the little nuances before ...


A travel blog entry by carlyblair on May 23, 2014

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... down to the village of Strechelberg. Down there was a beautiful waterfall where we all stopped for a picnic lunch with our prepared packed lunches Topdeck provided. This took us until about 210, and we decided to turn back towards lauterbrunnen, an additional 6km walk to town. When we arrived back to camp it was 330 and Matt and I decided to head to the station to make out paragliding appointments. I met at the cafe where I booked my appointment and was picked up by a ...