Bremer Schluessel

Robert-Roloff-Strasse 11, Braunlage, Lower Saxony, 38700, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Robert-Roloff-Strasse 11, Braunlage.
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Travel Blogs from Braunlage

If it aint Brocken....

A travel blog entry by simpsonbigtrip on Aug 05, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

Although we weren't moving on today we were driving so we had to pack everything up this morning as well as other fun stuff like doing the washing. We were planning to catch a ride on a steam train up a mountain called Brocken which is the highest mountain in the north of Germany (I think) and is significant because it was part of the border between East and West Germany and there was a base up there that the East Germans used ...

Road closures and detours

A travel blog entry by simpsonbigtrip on Aug 04, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... seem to take us a very remote way today and it felt like we weren't actually going anywhere but eventually we came to our campsite and managed to get through check in with another woman who spoke 'no' English, although she did have a big problem with our Welsh address and couldn't quite get her head around that. Apparently in Germany all houses are numbered and all streets have a name. We had some lunch and then went off looking for some adventure as there was ...

A Brief Time Out

A travel blog entry by travelink on Aug 02, 2014

38 photos

... down next to me and asked me how much my camera had cost. After I answered he started on what would be probably about a 10-15 almost uninterrupted tirade of a variety of subjects—but most focused on how he had been “cheated” out of money on a Handy (cell phone) and cable TV agreements and then into such subjects as emigrants in Germany, Ebola, AIDS, etc. For the most part I just needed to listen, but occasionally I would interject a comment. I did not ...

Going from Large to Small

A travel blog entry by travelink on Jul 26, 2014

1 comment, 50 photos

... area I noted that they had then posted the train with a message in German that meant "will leave today from track 9". So I rushed back to retrieve my luggage and head to track 9 where the train was waiting. I wasn't close to missing it, but had I known earlier could have avoided a hectic dash. I found an area in one of the cabins (which I haven’t seen on all trains) which was empty. It had four seats with an additional two that folded up. This provided an excellent area for me ...

Goslar and Wernigerode

A travel blog entry by jdobson on Jul 04, 2014

10 photos

... in the market square to watch the clock tower as it presented the town history. Goslar is a UNESCO protected town, to preserve its beauty and history. We left town after lunch and drove towards Wer*****ode, ( this is also UNESCO Protected)5. We drove up to the castle following the GPS which took us up a tiny street, that we are not sure we are suppose to be on, but it got us to the castle anyway. We walked up the the castle forecourt and looked out over ...