Hotel Hoeri

Uferstrasse 20-23 , Gaienhofen, Baden-Württemberg, 78343 , Germany | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Uferstrasse 20-23 , Gaienhofen, is near Monastic Island of Reichenau.
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    Travel Blogs from Gaienhofen

    Appendix: how to stay warm below -40 deg C

    A travel blog entry by tommysaw on Jan 28, 2014

    ... get them warm again. I tried heat pads which react with oxygen and produce heat for about 6-12 hours ... they work great in mittens but not in insulating shoes because of perspiration (which alters the mixture to granules which inhibits the chemical reaction producing heat) and lack of enough oxygen in the shoes
    - an other pair of synthetic ski socks
    - a pair of Kami boots ( rated for -40 deg C) with an extra thick felt sole (for comfort and to get all that stuff ...

    HORN, Lake Constance

    A travel blog entry by rakdog83 on Aug 22, 2013

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    ... to a quiet spot to the West of Lake Constance called Horn!! Sarah Redfern used to be Horn! This is now in memory of you Sarah Redfern!

    The guy running the campsite was an oddball. I must admit I feel guilty not understanding German apart from the basics, and when I say basics, I mean, Hello, Goodbye, Please, Thank you (we have ended up saying thank you a lot, I worry we are overcompensating for ...

    In search of Heidi

    A travel blog entry by julieparker on Jun 13, 2013

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    ... the night.

    Julie has forgotten to mention the ice cream. Julie may find Cartier but I seem to find all the cake and ice cream shops, not to mention the chocolate shops! The ice cream is beautiful. We finished our dinner off with glacÚ (ice cream), Julie shared mine - see how generous I am! We finally managed to get our extra pillows, so tired with the days excursion, well fed and topped off with a nice wine, I am sure we will both sleep ...

    The most expensive city... So far

    A travel blog entry by nessaineurope on Dec 13, 2012

    ... snap freezing. Lunch saw another traditional meal of soup and chicken schnitzel with the most amazing herb lemon garlic butter I've ever had. We found another Christmas market - apparently the biggest under cover Christmas market in Europe and then decided to warm up in a beer hall with a beer. The atmosphere in these places is great. It still amazes me how many people are out and about in this weather ...

    Fab times in Switzerland, Austria, Slovakia...

    A travel blog entry by chrissteenstra on Oct 19, 2010

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    ... Valley, following the river to Vienna. The drive was nice, but again we dodged raindrops. As we parked up in a Vienna camping ground, we gathered our motivation, and bus/railed into town. We popped up at Karlsplatz, the centre of Vienna. It looked absolutely spectacular even in the rain. We decided to use our 24hr public transport tickets, by taking a tram around the city. Lonely Planet suggested a tram, which ended up taking us out into the suburbs. On further inspection, ...