Goldene Sonne

Address: Adam Ries-Strasse 11 , Annaberg-Buchholz, Saxony, 09456, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Adam Ries-Strasse 11 , Annaberg-Buchholz.
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Travel Blogs from Annaberg-Buchholz

Saxon silver trail

A travel blog entry by my-house on Oct 14, 2014

... It also produced the Trabant a metal and plastic car used all over the Eastern bloc. The museum there is very well done. As we left town we passed this incredibly large VW plant. Now you know. Our home for the night was on a mixed use parking lot next to the downtown area and the town center...the lot was big enough for several hundred cars but you could here a pin drop at night. And, in the corner was a very efficient public toilet -stainless steel, clean and only one half ...

Karlovy Vary

A travel blog entry by kathleen.vogel on Oct 08, 2014

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... Prague about 4:30, which got us back to Wenceslas Square close to 7:00. Now we had to get back to the hotel by 7:30 to leave for dinner. We quickly walked up the square to the train and rode our two stops. We made it just in time to head out to a nice dinner with everyone! Another great day today. Tomorrow will be a little tough, but well worth it as we head to Terezin concentration camp. And this time Jeanne is actually coming with us.
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The Prague Saga

A travel blog entry by charlottesweb on Aug 08, 2014

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... weight though, lost part of my thumb to a vegetable peeler and living off fruit and vegetables whilst working like a peasant. Dug trenches and fitted sheets down with bricks earlier in the baking sun. Had my first paddy with Fleur when she told me to keep the sheet closer to the ground as it was essentially becoming a wind sock. I swore, stormed off and picked up my flip flops to leave then saw Fleur battling with the wind sock and returned. Seems I'm an alright person after ...

4 passes and a near pass out.

A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Aug 02, 2014

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... s day went like this....... Sue was right - I was basically worn out by now and not feeling 100% once again due to dizziness. But never one to shirk a challenge, I wanted to climb the Sella and to claim at least one Dolomite climb as Bryan had said they are very different to Stelvio. We were actually doing the Sella Ronda or "around the Sella" which involved 4 climbs and passes and descents. It actually ended up being 2000 metres of climbing, much the ...

Stage8:Zwickau-Dresden 120km

A travel blog entry by housi.muller on Jul 23, 2014

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... that.
If someone says, Germany is a flat country, they never biked through there. I crossed the "Fichtelgebirg", the little "Erzgebirge", plus heaps of hills not specially mentioned, but with all my luggage at least challenging.
After passing the town of Hof, I then came to the boarder Bayern /Sachsen .
I did take little notice at the sign there, that until November 12th 1989, Germany and Europe were divided at that point.
To my surprise, now on former East ...