Haus Bayerwald

Address: Duschlberg 24, Altreichenau, Bavaria, 94089, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Duschlberg 24, Altreichenau.
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    Planes, Trains & Automobiles..

    A travel blog entry by bec_brendan on Nov 09, 2015

    7 photos

    Today. Mhm where to start??
    1. Breakfast.. Tick.
    2. 25min walk to the middle of nowhere.. Tick.
    3. The worst bus instructions ever given.. Tick.
    4. 1hr bus back to Prague.. Oops.
    5. Bus dropoff in the middle of nowhere.. Tick.
    6. ...

    Another beautiful city on the Danube

    A travel blog entry by juds76rhine on Oct 30, 2015

    2 comments, 27 photos

    ... is much smaller than other towns we have been to and easier for me to take in all the information. Germany is Roman Catholic so they use the churches in the towns and they have a lengthy history with the church. There is a religion tax of 10% to keep the churches in good shape. Some Germans chose to denounce their religion so they do not have to pay the tax - but ...

    A village from a story book

    A travel blog entry by katept on Oct 04, 2013

    25 photos

    ... being eaten. Yum! Our dinner in Cesky Krumlov was a Two Marys, a bohemian restaurant. As you can see from the photos the food was jus amazing. We shared the chicken bohemian feast between four of us and couldn't get through the food, it was so tasty. They use quite a lot of herbs in the cooking. Washed down with cinnamon mead, heated up to ward off the chill from outside. And then the birthday cake, Dinko had arranged for the chef to bake a cake for my ...

    Back in time

    A travel blog entry by karinrauwerdink on Mar 05, 2013

    2 comments, 52 photos

    ... my way to the tower and the museum that I still wanted to see. There are a lot of very narrow steep staircases that lead to the very top. Just before getting outside there are 2 huge bells. Outside you can walk in a circle around the tower and get a 360 degree view of the town, castle and surroundings.
    As the day progressed it got a bit colder and the blue sky changed into a whitish grey.
    Tomorrow it's off to Prague.


    Q-berg, Dresden + the Czech Republic

    A travel blog entry by cf- on May 15, 2012

    1 comment, 35 photos

    ... pretty. It seems much more of a tourist destination with much more cafes and restaurants, pensions and hostels, compared to the handful we found at Loket.
    All in all, the Czech republic seems to be a really wonderful place. Everything is cheaper than in Germany (half a euro for a large Staropramen, maybe 5 euro for a good meal) but the quality is still fantastic. Our night spent here was in a lovely house which used to belong to the painter Egon Schiele. We had ...