Ferien-Hotel Riesberghof

Address: Riesweg 4, Lindberg, Bavaria, 94227, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Riesweg 4, Lindberg.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Ferien-Hotel Riesberghof Lindberg

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Travel Blogs from Lindberg

All things beer..

A travel blog entry by bec_brendan on Nov 08, 2015

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Tasting unpasteurised beer made using traditional methods was Brendans highlight (drinking my share made it all the more worthwhile) My highlight was dinner.. steak, beans, wedges and grilled vegetables!


Another beautiful city on the Danube

A travel blog entry by juds76rhine on Oct 30, 2015

2 comments, 27 photos

... can not get married in the church or attend services. There is a fortress on the hill but not is privately owned...and we didn't want to walk that far. The sun came out later in the day and you could see the fortress walls and the beautiful stucco. The stucco is mixed with the soil in this area and makes a nice exterior, when it dries they paint it, but when a flood ...

Bus trip to Czech Republic

A travel blog entry by jim_carole on Oct 24, 2015

13 photos

... the bus ride was over two hours each way, it was well worth because of the scenery. We travelled through a hugely forested hills called the Bohemian Forest in Czech and the Bavarian Forest in Germany. It was foggy on the river but as we climbed up into the hills we went above the fog. What a view with the sun shining brightly, the forested hills and fog in the valleys. Sorry no pictures because the bus didn't stop but it was an experience. We also saw the largest lake ...


A travel blog entry by mjmbmurphy on Oct 22, 2015

2 comments, 36 photos

... flourishing city lost its valuable trade.

Passau's magnificent baroque St Stephen's Cathedral located on the highest point in old town. It was nearly destroyed by fire in 1662 when fire swept through the town. It was rebuilt and since 1928 has been home to the largest cathedral organ in the world. It has 17,974 organ pipes, 233 stops and four carillons. All five parts of the organ can be played at once or separately from the main keyboard.


Passed out in Passau

A travel blog entry by mdulfer on Oct 15, 2015

3 comments, 55 photos

... Baroque style versus the Gothic style, but there was still a mix. The church was magnificent. Apparently the Bishop Princes, were very egocentric people, and they loved building extravagant buildings and putting their personal touches on them. See if you can see the difference compared to the churches I've posted in the past. Definitely not an ABC (another bloody church). After touring the city ...