Ammerscher Bahnhof

Address: Ammerstrasse 83-85, Mühlhausen, Thuringia, 99974, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ammerstrasse 83-85, Mühlhausen.
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    Travel Blogs from Mühlhausen

    Koblenz and Cologne

    A travel blog entry by danasaffel on Jul 04, 2015

    8 photos

    ... of these relics may be in question, the faith of the pilgrims who flock there survives. After touring the church, Dana was off to sample the famous 4711 cologne, of which the city is so famous. But upon taking a whiff she determined that she prefers Dior!

    We boarded our riverboat at noon to enjoy a traditional American BBQ lunch and then set sail to complete our voyage in Amsterdam!


    Glum Sonntag Dinner

    A travel blog entry by jbowles on Jun 14, 2015

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... night but at least it was peace of mind we were in somewhere. No internet, which we were banking on for VW dash disks research. We didn't bother with the awning as it was now gone 7 and absolutely scorching hot and we were beyond tired. Jon threw together the traditional Sunday roast in record time (roasties and stuffing absent) and we munched before bed. A very restless night due to hot and itchy bites. No photos taken as it was PANTS so we've added some nice ones we have lying ...

    The Horrors of Nazi History - Lest We Never Forget

    A travel blog entry by kellywiseman on Jun 09, 2015

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... of the Nazi party and how Hitler and the Nazi party used the mess of WW1 to their advantage. We then toured the bunkers, which were built in 1943 after the decisive battle of Stalingrad where Hitler first tasted failure. Lastly, we headed up a very steep bus ride, and spent time visiting the actual Eagle's Nest. The alpine chalet was built as a 50th birthday gift for Hitler. Apparently, he didn't like heights so there are only ...


    A travel blog entry by sbgoleva on May 17, 2015

    45 photos

    ... I had visited to getting a glimpse into the actual life of Luther. It was very humbling to be standing in the courtyard where Martin Luther studied, taught, and began his quest to find the path to a merciful God.

    The actual church of St. Augustine is also located on the premises of the monastery. It occupies the site that used to be the church of Sts. Philip and Jacob, which was built in 1131. In 1276, the Augustinian monks started ...

    Motorway Hell

    A travel blog entry by pip-wayne1 on Jul 16, 2013

    Our weeks stay in Senden cost 110 euros including electric..

    Half an hour into our journey we hit a large traffic jam (the first of the trip.) Luckily we were right by an exit so we diverted and re-routed the satnav. We later realised that they had closed the motorway in both directions as there was a lot of traffic on the back roads.

    We finally arrived at our campsite mid evening, had a meal and went to bed... shattered.

    In the morning we ...