Hotel Restaurant Café Haus Am Weiher

Bäderstrasse 46, Sinzig, Rhineland-Palatinate, 53489, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Bäderstrasse 46, Sinzig.
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Travel Blogs from Sinzig

From race track to farm tracks

A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Jul 27, 2014

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... the 3 euro and walked through the castle ruins and then climbed to the top of the tower. This gave us 360 degree views of the countryside all around. There must have been a bee hive nearby as there were bees everywhere, though they didn't bother us. We then set off through the town and found a coffee shop facing the castle and enjoyed another cup of coffee with a beautiful view. The sun was shining and it was quite ...

Toboggan running

A travel blog entry by jogo on Jul 26, 2014

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I badly needed a little bit of distraction from my work and even more from my thoughts and when I mentioned to my friend Bernward that I would love to do bob sleighing one day, he suggested to start with Tobaggan running.

We stipulated a date in our respective calenders and voilà, off we went.

The day started foggy and grey.

The Tobaggan running was ...

The day of the BIG RACE - Rad am Ring Nurburgring

A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Jul 26, 2014

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... to do the 100km. This worked out well as he finished with the other winning riders (they were 2 laps ahead of course!) and really enjoyed that atmosphere, even though he couldn't bend or move his legs :) The team we were a part of, Verve Cycling, had a number of top level riders and they managed 1st, 2nd and 5th as well as two age champion wins. What a successful day!!! We all enjoyed the presentations, then some beers in ...


A travel blog entry by sam.floy on Jul 20, 2014

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... we walk past including "Alastair" - though Dan and I are later told this was in fact just a form of greeting in German.

Our destination for dinner is premeditated: a "brewery tap" in the old town. Over the next couple of hours we sample their selection and get stuck in to a hearty hearty meal. Matt - a hunky joint, myself - schnitzel, and DJ a metal tray of ribs.

Defiant to leave undefeated, Dan valiantly ploughs through as Matt and I flip beer mats on to ...

Lang lebe die Brezel

A travel blog entry by samuelfensterhe on Jun 07, 2010

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... third night was with Christoph, possibly the most enthusiatic person I had ever met, his hpuse was covered from head to toe with messages from people who had stayed with him and I could see why. As well as introducing me to a whole host of interesting people such as worldwide cyclists, ex Serbian professional footballers and Green party candidates he also showed me a great time and everything that Dusiburg had to offer.

The fourth night was at Sarah's ...