Hotel Auberge Mistral

Address: Pestalozzistr. 1, Freiberg, Baden-Württemberg, 09599, Germany | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Pestalozzistr. 1, Freiberg, is near Ludwigsburg Palace (Residenzschloss).
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        Travel Blogs from Freiberg

        Middle Europe

        A travel blog entry by melleeineuro on Nov 02, 2015

        1 comment, 28 photos

        ... time residence of Beethoven where he wrote many symphonies, amazing to be standing in his apartment in front of his actual piano. Strolling around the city was quite surreal especially standing in the centre of Heldenplatz was amazing to think of the history associated with this place, in particular the Nazi's marching through the square during before WW2. The highlight of our stay here however was the open air ice skating - it ...

        Around our hometown of Dettingen

        A travel blog entry by raroboy on Sep 16, 2015

        113 photos

        ... br> And again we discovered something new in the backyard… an old gravestone from an aunt who died in 1919 – and at that time the stones were not solid… it was only a stone plate. Paul loves the old bench and we even did a walk with Aunt Els in the back so she could check out the flowers and the ...

        Mercedes Museum

        A travel blog entry by raroboy on Sep 15, 2015

        111 photos

        ... driving. From 1914 onwards the interior rear view mirror was standard.

      • The windshield wiper: in 1908 Prince Heinrich from Prussia invented a windshield cleaner: a linen covered wiper blade – it was operated by hand and could only be operated by top-open vehicles. So in bad weather the driver got wet, but at least had a clear view ahead. Mary Anderson put in a patent in 1903 for a window cleaning device in streetcars in ...

      • Schwaebisch Gmuend

        A travel blog entry by raroboy on Sep 10, 2015

        141 photos

        ... like going up the huge net… checking out the water or scramble on the Mikado.

        We found a suspension bridge…. Enjoyed the nice landscapes and had sneak peaks into some great little gardens.
        And another unusual thing Maggi made us aware of that a lot of houses have tiny little corner towers they are really cute.
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        Freiberg

        A travel blog entry by shazell on Aug 07, 2014

        11 photos

        ... two pub pub crawl we headed to find a supermarket, on route the kids found a play park, we promised them 10 minutes in the park if they were good round the shop. The park was full of random loose dogs, I tried picking up a boy pug but it ran away. We all missed Rory and Ruby. Somehow on route back we ended up in a Brazilian cocktail bar. The waitress explained we should order clear beer so we successfully ordered good beer. Lucy ...