Hotel Brauerei Keller

Address: Hauptstrasse 66-70, Miltenberg, Hesse, 63897, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Hauptstrasse 66-70, Miltenberg.
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Travel Blogs from Miltenberg

Day 11

A travel blog entry by lynbertram on Aug 11, 2015

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First up to correct an error in a previous blog.......our new drivers name was Bert not Bertram as the stupid auto correct did and I stupidly didn't check before publishing. Well we have Werry back with us for the rest of the trip.....he's all rested and ready to go. An early start this morning as we leave Belgium and head for Germany. We also crossed into The Netherlands for about a half ...

Medieval timber framed houses

A travel blog entry by tim.anya.2015 on Aug 07, 2015

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... 1st we learnt how to fold towels into different shapes, elephant, dog, floor etc then we had a look through the galley kitchen, tiny space for 10 people who work really hard. There are 140 people on board & 40 staff. watched a performance on a zither by Tomy Temerson amazing to listen & watch, that night the staff put on a talent show, funny as.

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Friends and Relatives

A travel blog entry by rojostravels on Jul 26, 2015

With a day off in Frankfurt before we pick up the motor home for our European adventure, we took the opportunity to visit my nephew Marcus, his wife Hanna and son Matts. Marcus works for Barclays Bank in Frankfurt, and lives in Darmstadt. We had a pleasant day, catching up with Marcus and family, and Hannah's family who we had met at their wedding in December 2013.
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Medieval times gone by-Miltenberg-25th March

A travel blog entry by alan.g.metcalf on Mar 25, 2015

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... a wonderful insight into medieval times gone by. The city also has one of the oldest inns in Germany. Our guided tour through the town showcased the old buildings of the town. The earliest building we seen was dated 1333 and is still occupied.

To preserve their township they have built a by-pass road so that the cobblestone streets through this historical part of the town see very ...

Miltenberg

A travel blog entry by redmonds on Dec 30, 2014

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... the entrance to the Main valley and traffic on the river was Miltenberg's greatest asset. This meant thre town was always on an invaders 'to-conquer' list to establish supply lines. Miltenberg suffered greatly after the '30 years war between 1618 - 1648, initially a war between Protestant and Catholic states but developing into a more general conflict of the ...