Hotel Lydia

Ginsterbusch 1-2, Goslar, Lower Saxony, 38640, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Goslar

Goslar and Wernigerode

A travel blog entry by jdobson

10

This morning we spent our time round this beautiful little town. We went for an early walk before breakfast, then back to our room for a shower and to pack our bags, before going downstairs for a typical European Guesthouse breakfast. Fresh fruit, meat and cheese, hardboiled eggs and lovely fresh rolls and bread, tea and coffee. We chatted to a couple of German guys who were going to hike round the area today. Lucky them to have the time to that, it would be ...

Berlin to Goslar

A travel blog entry by jdobson

8

... around the guesthouse, where we have breakfast, our room and out the back to the old stable (now a bar). This place is gorgeous. Decorated in an old style with lovely bed head and matching wardrobe and full length mirror and. Pokey little bathroom. After a few minutes we head back out to the street for a walk around this quaint place before finding somewhere to have dinner. We walk back up to the market square where ...

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

... shut, most towns / villages hadParties going on and plenty of people were giving us the Thumbs up for Rupert :).After about 5hrs on the road we arrived at our site, Campingplatz Sennhutte, just outside Goslar, its about 1860ft above sea level, and for the second time this trip, Tom has had to get his Jeans out, it is freezing! The site is in a nice location however could do with a bit of Modernisation ...

Goslar- Where Mines Attracted Kings

A travel blog entry by chhavi_jain

4

... number of calamities (fires, lightning’s, plagues and devastation) which left it in an utter state of ruin until 1865 when the Hannoverian government restored the beautiful Romanesque architecture of the palace thus returning its glory. In this revamped palace, the most striking feature is the ‘Kaisersaal’, a grand hall adorned by extraordinary historical paintings by Hermann Wislicenus ...

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