Landgasthof Ruhrberger Hof

Address: Inzlingerstr 1, Grenzach-Wyhlen, Baden-Württemberg, 79639, Germany | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Inzlingerstr 1, Grenzach-Wyhlen, is near Jean Tinguely Museum, Fondation Beyeler, Botanischer Garten Bruglingen / Grun 80, and Solitude Park.
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Travel Blogs from Grenzach-Wyhlen

Switzerland and its mountains

A travel blog entry by michaeljay on Jan 09, 2015

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... the evening, he made a cheese fondue, another local speciality, and we all enjoyed catching up on twenty odd years of news. It was really remarkable - almost as though we had only parted a few days ago, instead of almost 25 years. Shows the strength of good friends!

The next day, we drove out of town to Peter's chalet in the Lautebraun valley. A wonderful location right next door to some of the ...

Three Countries in ONE day!

A travel blog entry by frankandlaura on Jan 09, 2015

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So what did we do today? We went to three different countries, yes just TODAY! :) Sarah and Martin took us on a three country tour of Germany, France, and Switzerland. We started in Switzerland of course, then went to Germany and had a great lunch at a cute little restaurant. We tried both French and German Cuisine, then had Gelato of course!

We drove by the Black Forest and then found an old castle on a hill ...

To Basel!

A travel blog entry by frankandlaura on Jan 07, 2015

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We left dark and early on a water taxi for the train station. It was 2 and a half hours to Milan and I slept half the way there. Milan to Basel was 4 hours and a beautiful ride. We rode past lake Como and planned the area as a stop for our next European vacation. It was gorgeous. We also rode passed the snow capped peaks of the Swiss Alps. The mountains were HUGE and the little towns were nestled right up to the base of them. It was quite picturesque. I tried to capture a ...

The Rocky Road to Paradise

A travel blog entry by jenniferklm on Jun 26, 2014

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... only main street lined with shops and restaurants and crooked old buildings. At the end of the street was a bridge over the Rhine to Germany on the opposite bank. The German side was not very picturesque but on the Swiss side, near the bridge, was a grassy park with steps down to a little island. The Rhine is fast-flowing which can make swimming tricky but this narrow, curved island had created a ...

Letters Home Days 6 & 7

A travel blog entry by crashvic37 on Jul 02, 2013

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... in Langenthal. Pork steaks,
ribs and sausages were the harvest, and the children were the
entertainment. We got to watch Nadine,
their 11 year old daughter on her unicycle.
She is the Swiss National Unicycle Hockey Champion. Just sayin’.
As the evening ebbed a 2-hour family walk was enjoyed in the shadows of
a sunset. Additional bikes would be
needed for a planned ride for tomorrow, so a stop was made at the house of
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