Bremer Schluessel

Robert-Roloff-Strasse 11, Braunlage, Lower Saxony, 38700, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Braunlage

German Christmas with the Don Paul's!

A travel blog entry by tonestar


... mulled wine that is warm to drink like tea. I really liked the taste of it. It is a sweet wine and we were having them with cherries soaked in rum which were put in the glasses as well. It is so good!!

We watched the all-time BEST Christmas movie and my favourite movie ever…Home Alone!! What an awesome movie to begin Christmas with! By the time we finished it everything was cooked and ready to go. We ate a lot of really yummy food. I especially liked the ...

Goslar- Where Mines Attracted Kings

A travel blog entry by chhavi_jain


... had already started using the income from its mining, smelting and forestry to fund fortifications, a system of hospital infrastructure,solid walls and other constructions in the town centers. Interestingly it was one of the few towns in Europe that developed a system of running water in kitchens while rest of the world depended on wells. A town that used to be a trinket for kings was now in the hands of ...

A long day on the road

A travel blog entry by larahenriette


... view over the entire region. Lovely!! There, we had dinner in an Italian restaurant and the pizza started from € 5!!!!! Long live low budget Germany!!! We continued to Goslar where we found our hotel booked out (they had no explanation for it) but we got an upgrade into an even nicer hotel!!! Plus, they offered us breakfast on the house!!! Lucky us!!!!! We took a trip in a carriage ...

Cycling Part 3 Muenster to Berlin Days 1 - 4

A travel blog entry by katherinecle


... them as quite steep, they haven't been anything close to what we rode in Italy. It does take 2 of us to find the signs sometimes :) We pass through the edge of most towns and several through the middle. The ones where we ride through usually have interesting old centres and the bypassed the ones with little tourist interest.

The weather rolls over our heads at a great rate alternating from sun to threatening rain every few ...

Quedlinburg- The old reddish town

A travel blog entry by chhavi_jain


... during his reign. Shortly after his death, his queen named Mathilda founded a religious community- Quedlinburg Abbey where women gathered and prayed for the deceased king. Both the royal crypts of Heinrich I and his wife Mathilda are located in the church in the castle. It is worthwhile to mention here that the first emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, Otto I (Otto the Great) was the son of Heinrich I and Mathilda who ...


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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding