Garni Waldhaus

Address: Schutzenstrasse 64, Radolfzell, Baden-Württemberg, 78315, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Schutzenstrasse 64, Radolfzell, is near Monastic Island of Reichenau.
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Travel Blogs from Radolfzell

Over the Hills to the Other Side

A travel blog entry by sueodg on Sep 05, 2014

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... so. She had the broadest Aussie accent you could imagine and we have invited her to visit us next time she comes out. She will study nursing here and maybe come out there after as she loves the place. She was nannying at Dubbo, teachers aid in Sydney and ...

Fab times in Switzerland, Austria, Slovakia...

A travel blog entry by chrissteenstra on Oct 19, 2010

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... so much they have built them. We drove passed the rubbish incinerator on our way into town, it is of the usual square box building, with big chimney, except this one has pink and purple stripes, yellow roof etc, and a massive gold orb fixed into the middle of the chimney. Yes, very authentic. Quite cool, although we wondered what the hell the Vienna council had been smoking to allow this to be built when we saw it from the van, pre-exhibition. We grabbed a beer at a microbrewery ...

Zurich - the start of our 2009 Italian Holiday

A travel blog entry by jeffb101 on Sep 08, 2009

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From the airport station, the train took us to Zürich city where we spent a day and a half exploring the delights of this well organised, wealthy city with its immaculate buildings, beautiful (expensive) shops, clean streets and plentiful cultural opportunities. The lovely River Limmat provided a central landmark to help us with our bearings. We ...

Sojourn in Switzerland

A travel blog entry by patrickv on Jul 28, 2008

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... as expensive as the German and Austrian variety) and then headed back to the hostel to figure out something to do for the evening. I went to my room and found two young Germans there who invited me to go hang around town with them - it was good fun. The next day I spent most of the morning and afternoon in the Swiss National Museum. It's basically a historical and cultural museum of Switzerland - very interesting stuff. There are some ...

Local stuff

A travel blog entry by brianc on Sep 16, 2006

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SATURDAY, 16th September A day out in Radolfzell with L. We looked around the produce market and saw all sorts of strange vegetables including the weirdest looking cross between a broccoli and a cauliflower off which the stall holder was kind enough to cut a piece for us to taste. We bought some. It looked like a mace or a spiked mine. I dropped off a roll of my film in a photographers. We walked ...