Gaestehaus Ursula Badenweiler

Unterer Kirchweg 17, Badenweiler, Black Forest, Baden-Württemberg, 79410, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Unterer Kirchweg 17, Badenweiler.
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Travel Blogs from Badenweiler

Beautiful

A travel blog entry by sarahandthomas on Aug 08, 2014

31 photos

... the Black Forest / Cuckoo Clock...

From there we headed to our campsite just outside Furtwangen, in a valley, we had seen a Split Screen Van in the Village earlier and they were pitched up here also, we were directed next to them – the views were stunning, not just because of the two vans ...

Speyer Day 8 - Basel

A travel blog entry by javaminit on Aug 08, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

... here before, there was a sense of familiarity about the place.

There was a quick visit to the tourist information office then a short nip into the Coop grocery and we were in our way again. We had no real targets to hit but James was hoping conditions were suitable for a float down the Rhine on more.

First item of business though was a bit of sustenance. In the market in the town square we picked up some cheese, ...

Colmar

A travel blog entry by hahno on Aug 04, 2014

5 photos

... of old concrete bunkers and shelters here and of course cemeteries. Beautiful area, in the thick forest. Pictures at the site show how bare it was after a few years of war though. Apparently there was a front here from the very early days of the war right through to 1918. So they were really bogged down in this area, which stretches down to Hartmanswillenkopf, a ...

Eguisheim and Kaysersberg

A travel blog entry by hahno on Aug 03, 2014

4 photos

... ground. You can also still see the old trenches from 1914-18. The town itself is very pretty, with the obligatory castle ruin on the hill and miles of vines. Actually, we had the French president here today, with the German equivalent, to commemorate 100 yrs to the day since Germany declared war on France. So there were police and Blackhawk helicopters all over the place. ...

Into Alsace

A travel blog entry by hahno on Aug 02, 2014

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... in the scenery of the vineyards and the Vosges Mountains, and the beautiful half timbered houses of the town. Most, in their current form, date back to the 16th century. However, there was a fortified castle and town here since before Roman times. The town is really well kept and is beautiful. We are staying at the Auburge Alsacienne, itself a 16th century building. Great room with a great view over the street. Wandered around, had another ...