Gasthof Hotel zum Hirsch

Osterstrasse 3, Ehingen, Baden-Württemberg, 89584, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Osterstrasse 3, Ehingen.
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Travel Blogs from Ehingen

How Can I Miss You If You Don't Ever Leave?

A travel blog entry by dgilcrest on Sep 11, 2014

87 photos

... we got to the place where we would hike, there was no rain at all. In fact, the sun was coming out periodically throughout the entire day. It really was perfect hiking weather and just what we needed before we headed to the car to set out for Munich tomorrow. Hopefully I won't have to write about misadventures with the GPS tomorrow!

For our farewell dinner, Steve and I wanted to ...

Bugs In Your Hair, Lead On Your Face & No Washing

A travel blog entry by dgilcrest on Sep 08, 2014

145 photos

Fun fact...washing is for the weak! At least that's what they used to think many centuries ago. Since they didn't want to wash, their hair was pretty gross so they wore wigs. At night they would put the wigs in bird cages so that the birds could pick out all of the bugs! Kind of a buzz kill for the romantic notion of life in a castle. Also, the women felt that the whiter their skin looked, the it would show people that they were rich because they could ...

Hohenzollern Castle

A travel blog entry by deird on Aug 29, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

There are lots of palaces in Germany, but not many real castles left. Hohenzollern Castle is one of the few - and it only still exists because kings liked having a "traditional" castle to play with, and kept rebuilding it. Which they had to do a lot, because people kept having battles and knocking it down.



To enter the ...

Black Forest tour

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Aug 19, 2014

12 photos

Started off at the German Clock Museum in Furtwangen. Obviously, hundreds of clocks and watches, not all cuckoo clocks, but starting with the history of time keeping using sundials, through the history of clock making in the Black Forest. This was eventually almost pushed out by the mass produced clocks in USA, including a Dollar Ingersoll pocket watch. However, craftsmen continue locally and the collection ...

Travel day to Ulm

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Jul 30, 2014

... it a miss. Another item for "next time".

Stopped to do some shopping. Supermarket would not accept any of our cards, as none issued in EC, whatever that is. Paid cash! That was a first!

Drove on to Ulm, Bavaria's second city. We parked at our first Stelplatz - a designated camping area for Motorhomes, like a car park, where water and waste disposal is available. Trams went past regularly but not enough to bother us. This Stelplatz was free. Slept ...