Frisia Hotel Garni

Address: Kogelweg 8, Bad Tölz, Bavaria, 83646, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Kogelweg 8, Bad Tölz.
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Travel Blogs from Bad Tölz

I pack my suitcase....:-)

A travel blog entry by amys_newzealand on Jun 27, 2014

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... September) begleiten wird. Die zwei wohl wichtigsten Begleiter werden sicher meine Rücksäcke sein, in denen ich meinen ganzen Krempel rumschleppe. Der größere fasst 60 l, der kleinere ungefähr 20l. Beide sind zum Glück ziemllich bequem und leicht, sodass meinen geplanten Touren nichts mehr im Weg steht.....;-) Detailierte Checkliste sowie Packliste folgen noch!! Bis bald, ...

Melting in Munich

A travel blog entry by rubymwhittaker on Jun 09, 2014

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... ridiculously hot; no where around here seems to have air conditioning and we had to listen to the audio coming through the headphones in German and then finally in English. The sites we were shown weren’t that great either but we did see the Nazi headquarters where Hitler ran his campaign. Pretty crazy to think less than a hundred years ago possibly the evilest man in history was right here in Munich. Munich is basically a European ...

Back Where we Started

A travel blog entry by danielle.daitch on May 10, 2014

1 comment, 21 photos

... Dachau was opened in March 1933, just 2 months after Hitler came into power. It was the first of the Nazi concentration camps opened in Germany, originally intended to hold political prisoners. The camp's purpose was enlarged to include forced labor, and eventually, the imprisonment of Jews, ordinary German and Austrian criminals, homosexuals, and eventually foreign nationals from countries which Germany occupied or invaded. In the 12 years of ...

Germany, Austria, Italy

A travel blog entry by livesnake on Dec 09, 2013

1 comment, 408 photos

... and the Cuvillies Theatre (1751-1755, named for the architect). The Residenz was home to royalty until 1918; the rooms were furnished and decorated according to the residents’ tastes and were filled with art collections. I especially loved the priceless enamel, crowns and goldsmith work from a span of nine centuries. We thought ...


A travel blog entry by ljean on Oct 03, 2013

2 comments, 57 photos

... and he kept telling them not to cut the line but they were just ignoring him so he started to use as many different languages as he could. It was one of those had to be there moments but this guy was hilarious trying to speak German. It's even more funny because this guy was German and he spoke more English than German. Apparently this is a very common thing in Germany. German is so hard and so many people in Germany already speak English as a second language so many Germans ...