Kienbergerstrasse 14, Obing, Bavaria, 83119, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Kienbergerstrasse 14, Obing.
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    Sailing on the See

    A travel blog entry by jobloor on Sep 10, 2014

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    ... Versailles, once more as an homage to Louis XIV. The fountains in front are beautiful leading away to a viewpoint from the terrace. After our picnic lunch we go round a museum about Ludwig's life, where we are actually able to take photos. Here is his death mask, various items of furniture and wall hangings that were rejected by Ludwig or never used, and plans for what the building would have ...

    Mad King Ludwig's Multi Million Dollar Palace

    A travel blog entry by monicasvacation on Aug 12, 2014

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    There are certain things that are completely out of our control, one of those is the weather. So, despite the rain we departed for a long drive to Rosenheim, where King Ludwig's Palace in the middle of lake Chiesmsee is located.

    Driving in Germany is a pleasure. The motorways are phenomenal, very well connected easy to enter and exit, clear signage. Not to mention the German drivers - WOW! It was exciting to ...

    Raining again

    A travel blog entry by arwie on Aug 11, 2014

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    Absolutely sheeting it down. I thought that a red sunset was a shepherds delight! So disappointing but there would be no fun in cycling today. It has rained most days since we arrived in Italy from Greece and we can usually do something but this is really heavy. Read a book ...


    A travel blog entry by arwie on Aug 10, 2014

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    ... campsite and we are very glad to have found it. Only seven places, on the edge of a farm, with a cycle path to the lake 2 kms away. Peaceful and friendly. Most of the others have dogs too so there is a great deal of saying hello and companionable ...

    Into Germany

    A travel blog entry by arwie on Aug 09, 2014

    We leave Grein by 9am and head west, out of the Danube Valley, past Salzburg and into Germany to the little village of Petting by the Waginger See. All very pretty but huge black clouds greet us with a crashing thunderstorm so the afternoon is spent inside reading. Lovely walk through the fields with the dogs to the village Gasthouse where the owner is unperturbed by two wet dogs and two ...