Bremer Schluessel

Address: Robert-Roloff-Strasse 11, Braunlage, Lower Saxony, 38700, Germany | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located on Robert-Roloff-Strasse 11, Braunlage.
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Travel Blogs from Braunlage

Last full day in Quedlinburg, flea market

A travel blog entry by cecilia74 on Oct 11, 2014

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... already bought too much...". He said: "Well that is no problem at all, just give me that bag and buy new stuff!"
:-D

Other than that sat at various cafes having coffees and beers and reading my captivating book. Nice to have so much time to read.

And perhaps it's because I know I'm leaving tomorrow, but it has been enough, and I miss my cats. Enjoying this last day, but also looking forward to being home ...

Teufelsmauer hike

A travel blog entry by cecilia74 on Oct 10, 2014

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... from Quedlinburg) and then hiked on the top of the ridge for about 3-4 km on that Teufelsmauer. A bit taxing for my knee in parts but I just took it slowly, and a little bit scary in some parts with deep drops right next to the stone or mud paths. But that also gave it an extra thrill.
What I also liked it was quite varied in scenery and paths. Very impressive.
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Quedlinburg at leisure

A travel blog entry by cecilia74 on Oct 09, 2014

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Rain was predicted.

I walked around all the little hidden streets of Quedlinburg, climbed a watchtower, had coffee at a cute cafe.

Walked around some more at random and through parts I had not seen yet.

It started to rain, so I sat in a cafe for an hour or so reading and having big beer. Very pleasant and leisurely day, waiting for a dry day to do another forest / mountain hike. ...

Wernigerode castle

A travel blog entry by cecilia74 on Oct 08, 2014

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... town. And since the houses in general weren't as pretty as the ones in Quedlinburg, I decided to cut my visit to the town short, and just see the castle on the hill.

Just like tonnes of other people I bought a cheap umbrella.

Climbed up to the Wer*****ode castle. I had wanted to take the silly little 'kiddy train' up but it was ...

Quedlinburg: 1300 fachwerk houses

A travel blog entry by cecilia74 on Oct 07, 2014

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... the ancient materials and then if someone needs a door, they have a choice of a 1000 ancient, original doors.

Someone asked why all the street names have a point (full stop) behind them. The guide explained that Quedlinburg wanted to change the street names in the past, but Berlin ruled: "no, they are staying the same, full stop!"
So they decided to take that very litterally. :-)
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