Ammerscher Bahnhof

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

        Not Hasslehorf.... Dusseldorf

        A travel blog entry by j3ster on Nov 06, 2015

        ... bus leaves on time, it's fairly full and quite a long trip of 6 hours, it starts to get dark around 4ish and I do not arrive until 7pm but I'm hoping to throw my stuff in my room and then head out for a couple of hours. I arrived about an hour late but had been upgraded to a better room when.i checked in. I explored a little but night was closing in so I didn't see ...

        Historic Trips

        A travel blog entry by j3ster on Nov 04, 2015

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        ... and up a ramp to a car park and a building some way off. I cross the Tram rails to see what's there and find more cars.. hmm I go down to the other side and one person is there. Not much English but he thinks I need to get the train again to the centre.. I'm not sure myself, he says platform 2. I go platftorm 2 it's deserted. I figure there would be people going to the centre so head to platform 3.. Voila people. The youngsters speak good English so I try ...

        Drive to Dresden

        A travel blog entry by garystephan on Oct 18, 2015

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        ... the war was rebuilt with help from many countries and was finished in 1996. Some old buildings and the wall surrounding the town can still be seen. I really liked the feel of the town. We had tea in an Australian restaurant called Ayers Rock. The food was good. We stayed in the Holiday Inn within walking distance of the old ...

        Salzburg Day Trip

        A travel blog entry by garystephan on Oct 17, 2015

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        ... realised we only saw a small part of the town last time. It is the birth place of Mozart and famous for scenes from Sound of Music. After an enjoyable day we headed home desperately trying to escape the the line up at the border. We were unsuccessful and it took us a hour to go 4k.  It seemed they were only pulling over vans and big cars but only one lane was open. Finally we arrived home about 6.45pm and ate tea at a Greek ...

        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 ...