Gastehaus Weidenthal

Address: Muehlhausen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in Muehlhausen, is near Clock Industry Museum and Villigen.
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Travel Blogs from Muehlhausen

Titisee

A travel blog entry by wendy.gardiner on Jun 09, 2015

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... locks throughout the night, but we are here now so he can go to bed. Looks like another grey overcast day but we will not be going out till 2pm when we leave to go through the Black Forest to Titisee. Breisach itself is another ancient town international trading town and an 11th century coin from here has been found in The Faroe Islands. 9.15am sitting in the lounge waiting for our daily briefing, hopefully the sun will break through before we go out at ...

Catching up after twos days of no internet

A travel blog entry by wendy.gardiner on Jun 09, 2015

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Woke up at 6,30am not sure where we are as we are just moving very slowly could be we are waiting to go through another lock or for a berthing slot in Breisach as the itinerary said we'd arrive in the early hours. Just put the bow cam on and it is a lock, it can't be much further though as we left Strasbourg at 10pm last night. Finally arrived in Breisach 4 hours late, we ...

Steve' Birthday

A travel blog entry by erzetic on Jun 09, 2015

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... sorbet. The presentation of the meals was the best of the trip and the service was impeccable. The food was first rate. We sat and took in the views and at about 10pm the lights were turned on and the falls were draped in blue. After dinner the staff brought Steve a small birthday cake with sparklers. We were the last to leave the restaurant and the sane taxi picked us up to take us back to the hotel. This was a great night. Something to rival ...

Rhine Falls

A travel blog entry by a.baker.abroad on Jun 01, 2015

After spending the weekend in Zurich it was time to head out and explore the many natural wonders Switzerland has to offer. First stop, the Rhine Falls. Certainly no Niagara or Iguazu but impressive none the less. The morning spent up at the falls it was time to grab our stuff and jump the short train down to our next hub of exploration, ...

Exploring The Black Forest

A travel blog entry by ostrowski on May 25, 2015

... of that dessert. All kinds of tortes, cakes, and sweet treats were served there.

Our touring of this city took us past a historic steam locomotive. Then on to the Gutach falls with water falling 160 meters into 7 cascades of the valley. We stopped in the Baroque Pilgrimag Church, "Maria in der Tanne" which is home to one of the most important baroque altars in South-west Germany. It was truly magnificent. Our walk also took us to ...