Switzerland Journals

Beautifull Switzerland

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A travel journal to Switzerland by missj1981

Stieglkeller Photo, Salzburg, Austria More Photos
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Chapel Bridge

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The chapel bridge is one of the most famous bridges in Switzerland. The bridge is located in the town called Lucerne and it has been for over hundreds of years. It’s the pride of the people of the city and in the region. Lucerne is itself a relatively small town with a few thousand people living here but still is a tourist’s location.Most tourists come to see the Chapel Bridge. The bridge has been constructed in the 14th century but had to be rebuilt partly due a fire in 1993. The bridge has been reconstructed back to the original state but for the people living in Lucerne it will never be the same. As a tourist you won’t notice anything different.Although the bridge was been b...Read More

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on November 19, 2012

Chapel Bridge
Rathausquai and Bahnhofstr
Lucerne, Switzerland

Adeo Hotel  Photo, Puch, Austria
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e Adeo Hotel Salzburg is one of the same, albeit with two very small chain hotel Adeo hotels. According to the website to draw Adeo hotels by the fact that they are very centrally located for visitors, city tourists or transients are equally suitable. The location is always close to a motorway, so the hotel is also sometimes referred to Adeo Hotel on the highway. Nevertheless, should one of the hotel also very quickly be in the center. Either in Salzburg or in the second Adeo Hotel in Linz. The Adeo hotels are classified with stars, presumably because it is not a normal hotel. Mostly you have to check in at the point that is, but more on that later. Adeo hotels advertise that the overnight low prices ...Read More

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on August 23, 2012

Adeo Hotel
Urstein Nord 11
Puch, Austria

Der Pschorr

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Restaurant

Der Pschorr Photo, Munich, Germany
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On the first of two nights in Munich, we strolled through the city center of Munich and wondered where we should probably go eat. Our guide had available some tips, but everywhere we went, it was absolutely packed, which is certainly on a Saturday night no wonder. Finally, we passed the Viktualienmarkt and my husband said we could still go to the Pschorr, since he had heard that the Hacker-Pschorr is a very tasty beer. Here, too, was busy, both in the beer garden as well as indoors, but we still managed to get hold one table. Since we both beer and food tasted good, we went back the next night even same way again.When you enter the Pschorr, one finds an ambience that I would describe as ty...Read More

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on August 23, 2012

Der Pschorr
Viktualienmarkt 15
Munich, Bavaria 80331
(49-89) 5181-850

Schloss Aigen

Restaurant

Schloss Aigen Photo, Salzburg, Austria
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The restaurant is located at a busy street in the middle of the centre. We passed there several times before and it looked always very busy. The last night of our holiday we walked passed it again and noticed there were some tables available and decided to go in. The restaurant doesn’t even look that appealing from the outside but the extensive menu and the fact that it was always full decided us to go there. The inside looks more appealing that the inside and has a very warm atmosphere and a lot of wooden furniture. There were also a lot of candles on the tables which looked very cosy but it also made the room very warm.When we walked in the waiter offered to take our jackets ...Read More

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on September 10, 2012

Schloss Aigen
Schwarzenbergpromenade 37
Salzburg, Austrian Alps
662-62 12 84

Stieglkeller

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Restaurant

Stieglkeller Photo, Salzburg, Austria
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The first impression of the restaurant was the same that the Stieglkeller is no basement, despite its name. The name dates back to 1820. Had at that time the successful Stieglbrauerei which has been around since 1492, and was acquired larger storage rooms in the basement of the castle hill. About these cellars there were gardens in which the beer was served in the summer. This developed gradually a growing operation, up to the present Stieglkeller. The house was built in the years 1925/26 in such a way as it now finds. Today it is a fairly large, bright building where the restaurant is located. Although it is no basement, you come to the stairs not around, this however, lead to the top. But the stairc...Read More

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on August 23, 2012

Stieglkeller
Festungsgasse 10
Salzburg, Austrian Alps 5020
+43 662 842681

Trummelbach Falls

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The Lauterbrunnen Valley has 72 waterfalls in total and is an amazing beautiful area full of nature. It’s perfect to really relax and enjoy and it feels like you are miles away from the civilization. Luckily it’s not that far and perfectly walkable. You can follow a trail that leads you right to the waterfall.

Going to the waterfall you will have to pay an entrance fee of seven euros but it’s definitely worth it. On the site you will find an café were you can enjoy a cup of coffee or have something to eat.

Looking at the waterfalls really makes you feel small and humble. Make sure to take your rain gear though because you will get wet.

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on November 16, 2012

Trummelbach Falls
Lauterbrunnen Valley
Jungfrau Region, Switzerland