Gasthof Kreuz Post

Address: Hauptstrasse 65, Staufen, Black Forest, Baden-Württemberg, 79219, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Hauptstrasse 65, Staufen, is near St. Trudpert Abbey.
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      Travel Blogs from Staufen

      The Days are Dwindling Down

      A travel blog entry by travelink on Dec 07, 2014

      33 photos

      ... a bit simpler. She was unable to raise the hood on the car, so that was easily resolved. She said that she had a warning light about the water. So I was able to find the reservoir for water and antifreeze and it was certainly low. So she said that she would go fill it up. I told her that she should also add some antifreeze for protection. I then continued on my planned walk. I again ate dinner at the apartment.

      Thursday was a day of many errands—trying ...

      Breisach

      A travel blog entry by jgilmer on Nov 30, 2014

      2 comments, 17 photos

      ... and cafés. Even supermarkets must be closed. Cherry schnapps is a product of Black Forest. Licenses are passed through generations of family. Pear schnapps is product of lower valley. Cuckoo clock introduced 1700s. 1850 new design "station house" clock introduced. 2 weights means cuckoo and clock. 3 weights means cuckoo, clock and music. Yellow sandstone buildings were built while Colmar was under German control. Red sandstone built while ...

      It's Beginning to Seem Like Christmas

      A travel blog entry by travelink on Nov 29, 2014

      1 comment, 52 photos

      ... of the Altstadt, but finding their beloved Münster had survived. The city however continued to burn for 3 days and by the war’s end little more than half of the city’s residents remained. The program included Maurice Duruflé’s Requiem interspersed with messages from priests and other officials, prayers and a song sung by all attending. The Oberbürgermeister’s (Lord Mayor) message was somewhat typical. He recounted the terrific loss of property and life ...

      Enjoying the Weather!

      A travel blog entry by travelink on Nov 22, 2014

      17 photos

      ... considered a funicular ride to the top of a nearby mountain for a view of the entire area. Just prior to 4 PM I left the apartment intending to walk to a church for a concert. As I stepped outside it had just recently started to rain. In the next 10-15 minutes I experience what was likely the heaviest rain since the downpour in Leipzig on June 11. This prompted me to change my plans and instead take the streetcar. But by the time that I reached the Haltestelle (street car stop) the ...

      My Last Month in Germany

      A travel blog entry by travelink on Nov 15, 2014

      64 photos

      ... was instantly able to achieve an internet connection. He asked me to try and I was also successful, both on my laptop and tablet. I spent the remained of the evening trying to catch up on some e-mail and other online items that I had put off due to this issue.

      Friday morning I continued working on a few computer-related items before walking downtown. I stopped at the post office to pick up a box so that I could later send some items home and also went by a ticket office ...