Gastehaus Weidenthal

Muehlhausen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Muehlhausen, is near Clock Industry Museum and Villigen.
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Travel Blogs from Muehlhausen

Hohenzollern Castle

A travel blog entry by deird on Aug 29, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... have to walk in a big spiral along a very long ramp. It's intimidating, because the inner castle walls look down on the entire ramp. If soldiers were positioned along the wall, they'd be able to attack you the entire way up the ramp - and you wouldn't be able to fight back at all.

Inside, they've got a big courtyard (for horses ...

Guy & Tillie’s Wedding, Sekt, Beer and Schna

A travel blog entry by perryadventures on Aug 25, 2014

21 photos

... a do not disturb sign on the door for 48hrs, that’s a caring front office team! Despite the best
intentions to make it out to the Black Forest, we failed miserably due to the late nights, so will have to save that for a return visit. We’re actually facing the prospect of arriving in Munich a little beered out…. Oh, and Freiburg is a lovely town btw.


Day 8. Cycling in and around Schaffhausen

A travel blog entry by pybus71 on Aug 25, 2014

9 photos

... back home on the opposite side of the river.

The region is very much a farming area with kilometer after
kilometer of intense agriculture. Some of the crops we saw being grown here are
potatoes, lettuce, grapes, maize, carrots, strawberries, beans, apples, pears,
onions and turnips. The land is flat and the soils are very nice and all under

As a river, the Rhine is really impressive, especially for
me coming from South Africa. A solid block ...

Black Forest cake - the unexpected

A travel blog entry by maryham on Aug 25, 2014

5 photos

... up and took off exploring on our bikes or just walked in the smaller towns.

Late in the afternoon we found perhaps the most famous town in the Black Forest - Triberg, home of the cuckoo clock and Black Forest cake. While the town centre was very touristy, we found a clock factory on the edge of town which made elaborately beautiful cuckoo clocks (Eric said it didn’t matter how beautiful the clock was, it would drive him crazy during his insomnia filled nights). The ...

Airships and popes

A travel blog entry by maryham on Aug 24, 2014

5 photos

... of the Hindenberg, the era of airships as a serious option for long distance travel came to an end but they continued to be built for military use. However, the Allies prohibited Germany from building any airships or planes after the war so the company moved into aviation and other industrial components. When Count Zeppelin died, he left his company to the city of Friedrichsafen. It’s not one of the most successful companies ...

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