Hotel Zur Buche

Address: Bockhorner Landstrasse 10a, Bark, Bavaria, 23826, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Bockhorner Landstrasse 10a, Bark.
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Travel Blogs from Bark

Bad Bentheim to Lubeck

A travel blog entry by analegge on Sep 03, 2015

7 photos

After an excellent breakfast with a view over the village countryside we headed off towards Lubeck arriving after an easy motorway drive at 2pm. With the assistance of our SatNav, Heidi, we found our next hotel in the suburbs of the city. Another small local hotel providing the real German experience. We have spent the afternoon relaxing ...

Hamburg, Germany

A travel blog entry by wackenorbust on Aug 31, 2015

5 photos

Left at 9:24am for a day trip to Hamburg from Berlin. Went to C & A to buy Oktoberfest outfits. Success!! We look so cute. Checked out Beatles Platz and the Red Light District. Had drinks on the Reeperbahn. Went to Frau Möller for supper. Took the train back to Berlin at ...

Day 12: Stade to Holm through Hamburg.

A travel blog entry by awjsheard on Aug 30, 2015

1 comment, 12 photos

Well, today was... eventful.

We woke after a luxurious sleep on proper mattresses and headed down for breakfast. Breakfast was included in the price so we gorged ourselves for a morning of heavy cycling.

After the pannier disaster that occurred yesterday we were very anxious to find out how they would cope this morning. We set off at 9:30am. At 9:40am the second strap broke. Great! We did another fix this time with two pieces of rope instead of one ...


A travel blog entry by sandybird on Aug 28, 2015

3 comments, 8 photos

... dinner Robyn and Greg arrived and after a brief chat toddled off to bed and a well-deserved sleep. Sunday and we boarded the Red Bus for a tour of this beautiful Harbour city whose port is the third largest in the world after London and New York. We drove along The Reeperbahn, the most famous street in Hamburg and the thoroughfare of the city's legendary entertainment and red light district. It was here in the early 1960's the Beatles ...

Movie set, U-boat, and beach baskets

A travel blog entry by colin on Jul 18, 2015

46 photos

... off for Sandra in her new job which she started on Wednesday, we borrowed Sandra's parents' car and drove to Laboe to visit one of only 4 remaining WWII U-boats, and the only type VIIc among them. The drive was fine, the U-boat interesting, and the naval memorial also worth a visit. Then we wandered around Laboe, observed Germans at the beach (after paying 2 euros to enter the beach), had lunch, and then decided we really should have a swim (it was ...