Ferienhotel Hochstein

Address: Adalbert Stifter Strasse 95, Haidmuhle, Bavaria, 94145, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Adalbert Stifter Strasse 95, Haidmuhle.
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Travel Blogs from Haidmuhle

Prague to Cesky Krumlov

A travel blog entry by nvs on Dec 05, 2014

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... firmly but nicely we were in Czechoslovakia so the Czech way was with bread and their sausages were nicer and cheaper!! We didn't like the Czech way as much as the bread was very heavy so we just had the sausage. Russell had a hunk and I mean a hunk, of warm ham. We then set off for our waffle and chocolate. Carolyn was like an excited little girl, she had remembered this shop from her previous visits. We had ...

Cesky Krumlov "The Krums"

A travel blog entry by domandkatey on Nov 10, 2014

24 photos

... debauchery, murder or witchcraft associated with it. We spent our first night exploring the little town and viewing the many monuments (castles, town squares and cathedrals). We had dinner in a traditional restaurant with a roaring fire and a cave-like appearance. We enjoyed the garlic soup and local beers. I plan on adding garlic soup to my wintertime recipe rotation when we get home.

The following day, (after poor Dom had to sleep on basically ...

Day One-barge/bike trip on the Danube River(47km)

A travel blog entry by gillken on Sep 29, 2014

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... stopped for refreshments before crossing in a wee ferry again. The biking was very calm and pretty with the autumn colours of the trees reflecting on the river...once the sun came out it was a perfect riding day. We were at our destination Aschach ( a picturesque Austrian town) in time for a quick supermarket stock up before the barge departed at 3.30 pm. We have a long journey ahead...we won't arrive to our destination of Devin until 9 am tomorrow morning. We ...

Cesky Krumlov: Do you know what it is?

A travel blog entry by weir on Apr 02, 2014

6 photos

... by the second largest castle in the country.

Besides being old, what makes the town and castle unique is that almost everything is original and the exterior of the buildings still retain their frescoes and graffito (designs created by using different textures of plaster). In addition, the castle was occupied continuously from its first construction until 1948 and, as a result, is completely intact.

After ...

THE AMOUNT OF MEAT ON A PIG'S KNUCKLE

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Sep 18, 2012

1 comment, 5 photos

... get back outside with Peter to get some Czech crowns, the local currency. The exchange rate was a bit better for the Canuck buck here in contrast to the US dollar so exchanged $300 Cdn for 5,505 crowns, mostly in large bills.

Went to the Krumlovsky Mlyn restaurant for lunch, the local river babbling nearby. The pork belly was not available so had a local goulash which was fine. The Kursovice Musketyr beer was food. Nobody had ...