Hotel Domschatz

Muehlenstrasse 20, Quedlinburg, Saxony-Anhalt, 06484, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Quedlinburg

Goslar and Wernigerode

A travel blog entry by jdobson

10

... Its very picturesque but hard to take photos of. The castle is impressive and sits on top of the hill overlooking the town and all its surrounds. Then after leaving the Castle we drove on through some lovely country, forested ares, rolling hills, lakes and farmland. Stopping near Duderstadt for the night. Out to find a meal. Its very quiet in town tonight, unless there is somewhere with a big screen TV where people can watch Germany place France in the World ...

Berlin to Goslar

A travel blog entry by jdobson

8

... we sat up top for the trip as the views are much better and the photography easier with no roof. Just have to watch out for the overhanging trees. After the tour we walked back to our hotel car park to pick up our car and driving out of the city towards Hannover. On the way we decide that Goslar will be our destination so set the GPS for there and hit the autobahn. All goes well and quickly with speeds up to 150k and ...

Flipping Flaming Trains

A travel blog entry by kooz

4

... where we were going). Joachim strides to the loco whilst we settle in the carriage. 2 hours later and 1100 meters higher we arrive at the mountain top. A quick look at where the German wall had literally dissected the mountain into East and West and a cuppa, we travel 2 hours down the mountain and 2 hours home. We were very lucky with the weather as they say the mountain top has 300 ...

Goslar - Witch Country!

A travel blog entry by sarahandthomas

17

So we had breakfast in McDonalds, so we could make use of the free Wifi and search out our next site, as we were heading to Wolfsburg (180ish miles away) we decided to find somewhere on route, we found Campingplatz Sennhutte, which seemed like a good option, it was still 125 miles so the longest drive to date. We didn't realise just how mountainous this part of Germany was, there were a lot of ups and ...

Goslar- Where Mines Attracted Kings

A travel blog entry by chhavi_jain

4

... times.

The ore mining town of Goslar emerged during the Roman times in the reign of Heinrich I and boasts the existence of an Imperial Palace - ‘Kaiserpfalz’ in its heart built later under the reign of Heinrich II. Following this, Goslar saw a 250 year long Imperial period (coinciding with the Middle Ages in Germany) where it was frequently visited by a large number of emperors ...

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This hotel, located on Muehlenstrasse 20, Quedlinburg, is near Church of St. Servatius.
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