Hotel Gasthaus Hirschen

Kirchgasse 3, Gaienhofen, Baden-Württemberg, 78343, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kirchgasse 3, Gaienhofen, is near Monastic Island of Reichenau.
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    Travel Blogs from Gaienhofen

    Appendix: how to stay warm below -40 deg C

    A travel blog entry by tommysaw on Jan 28, 2014

    ... perspiration away from your body. Hence you will get wet and quickly feel damn cold!)
    - two layers of fleece material
    - a wind stopper trouser and a down parka (i.e. Fijäll Räven Polar)
    - a pair of heat socks (Lenz, Heat Socks with remote control -> you can't reach the on-off switch through all your layers, excellent product). The only thing to remember is that you need to activate the heat before you experience cold feet! Once your feet are cold it is ...

    HORN, Lake Constance

    A travel blog entry by rakdog83 on Aug 22, 2013

    1 comment

    Hello peoples!

    Sorry about the mass up load of blogs, with camping we have had no wireless or battery.

    Today we travelled from Lake Titisee to Lake Constance.

    I am yet to trial driving again after the thunderstorm episode, somewhat nervous. Not to mention the MENTAL drivers on the Autobahn. Literally...mental...No speed limit you say!?

    After advice from the tourist office ...

    In search of Heidi

    A travel blog entry by julieparker on Jun 13, 2013

    26 photos

    ... are everywhere, they can take their dogs on buses, trains, boats, cable cars, restaurants, anywhere! It is astounding where the people take their pets.

    We headed back the Zurich station to swap trains to get back to Hardbrucke and we tracked back to the hotel. Having enough of walking for the day we decided to have a shower and eat in. What a surprise the meal was delicious and the service was great and feeling quite sated we ...

    The most expensive city... So far

    A travel blog entry by nessaineurope on Dec 13, 2012

    There's not a great deal to say about Zurich. Probably the most striking thing is how expensive it is. We took things a little slower today and just wondered the town. We found our way to the Bahnhofstrasse which is the street with all of the luxury/ high end stores such as Cartier, Rolex, Hermes, Louis Vuitton etc. H&M got five of my hard earned Swiss franks when I bought some woolly mittens to keep my ...

    Fab times in Switzerland, Austria, Slovakia...

    A travel blog entry by chrissteenstra on Oct 19, 2010

    6 photos

    ... system is up real high, and has water in it, so naturally it is covered in ice. 25 meters of it! We wandered through about 3km of it which was really interesting, although we were a little concerned when the flagship stalagmite was revealed, being particularly phallic. A very immature giggle later, we also saw wave formations, crumbly bits (technical term) and other wowing stuff. The view from the top was awesome too, as was the gondola ride up.

    From here, we drove through ...