Strengliner Muehle Hotel

Address: Muehlenstrasse 2, Lübeck, The Baltic Coast, Schleswig-Holstein, 23820, Germany | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located on Muehlenstrasse 2, Lübeck.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Lübeck

Northern Germany

A travel blog entry by copitsweet on Oct 02, 2014

1 comment, 45 photos

... owned and lived in and were joined by my mum and dad when they got married during ww11. We found it on the corner of small cobble stoned streets of 9 Wallstrasse, Garz and Langstrasse. I took some photos and was nearly tempted to knock on the door but hesitated, it was enough for me to see and feel it. Went to the cemetery and found some relatives graves, brought a tear to my eye, not sure why. Then found the land my brother got back after the ...

Birthday Pitstop in Lubeck

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Sep 30, 2014

50 photos

... Ich gehen Lubeck' (I'm going to Lubeck). She replied 'acht' (8) so I indicated on my watch if I had time as it was scheduled to leave now. She said 'funf minuten' (5 mins).




















I rushed over to the new track impressed with ...

Family Ties

A travel blog entry by pdesbjerg on Sep 02, 2014

6 comments, 7 photos

... and Wolfgang (Wolli). In 2002, they made a connection with Pete and visited him in 2003 in Canada. When we contacted them last year they asked us to come stay with them. Everything we did during this time was thanks to both of them for arranging everything. We had the most amazing time with them. They showed us so much of the area, where Pete's mom lived during the war, museums, monuments, and so much more. It will be easier to show pictures of ...

Easy Peezy

A travel blog entry by nellieva on Aug 30, 2014

2 photos

... with cases of beer, soda, food products, etc. It looked as though everyone and their brother had just made a Costco run. Our only theory was that, despite the cost of the ferry, it was still cost efficient for Danes to cross into Germany and stock up and avoid some of the outrageous taxes on those goods in Denmark. We found it interesting, too, that the ferry was essential a mirror image of itself, meaning that it had a bow ...

All Aboard!

A travel blog entry by nellieva on Aug 23, 2014

10 photos

... which was of course a pleasant surprise. Anna had a large trundle bed, right at the balcony, which gave her a great view from bed. Being so far north, it never got completely dark at night and, luckily, the black-out curtains kept the VERY EARLY morning sun from coming in every day.

We all managed to stay awake during the day, and even made it through our dinner, which was fixed each night at 6:00pm. We ...