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

Schaffhausen - Rhinefall - Radolfzell, 54km

A travel blog entry by garyandlisa on Jun 08, 2014

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After an amazingly generous breakfast we left for Rhinefall, a short ride along the Rhein cycleway. The largest waterfall in Europe, was, according to the tourism websites, "a sight not to be missed". They were right! Riding through the countryside offers the occasional unexpected treat. A biodynamic farmer had set up a self-serve stall with fresh cold bio-apple juice which made a ...


A travel blog entry by stephschlittler on Oct 21, 2012

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... there were people milling around and street performers were doing things that I could hardly grasp. Clearly Marlin figured them out! We checked out boat tours and then it happened.....I heard a POLKA!!! I looked across the road and saw a huge blue and white tent and could have sworn I heard " I don't want her, you can have her, she's to fat for me". One look and Marlin knew. We're were going in!!! It was OKTOBERFEST!!! They had picnic tables and benches ...

Fab times in Switzerland, Austria, Slovakia...

A travel blog entry by chrissteenstra on Oct 19, 2010

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... the church especially took our eye as it had a bright red and yellow roof, rather than the boring copper or brick jobbies that we have been inundated with. The view was the best aspect though, looking over the whole of Buda, and then Pest on the opposite side of the roaring river. From here, we wandered through the park and down to the bridge over to Pest. The buildings on this side were also amazing, built in classical style, with loads of character. Even the apartments ...


A travel blog entry by karen.gironr on Mar 15, 2010

1 comment, 10 photos

... germans. What harm these both have caused, is still quite the mystery.

HOWEVER, no matter how bored the swiss can get, nor how dirty their looks by my obvious latin accent can be...I already am under the spell of this beautiful city and there's little I enjoy more than getting lost in its streets and listening to its people greet each other with that charming "GrŁezi miteinand!".


Swiss You Were Here

A travel blog entry by eurokevan on May 19, 2007

1 comment, 4 photos

... instead canyoning, which was best described to me as "White water rafting without water rafts" SO basically tossing yourself in rapids, rappeling, and sometimes jumping off cliffs! Insane plus free beer after, the only reason I made it through alive! Stayed a little too late, missed train and had to transfer and stagger my way through 15 hours of train travel to ...