Hotel-Restaurant Adler

Hauptstrasse 139, Weil am Rhein, Baden-Württemberg, 79576, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Hauptstrasse 139, Weil am Rhein, is near Jean Tinguely Museum, Fondation Beyeler, Solitude Park, and NT- Areal.
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Travel Blogs from Weil am Rhein

Speyer Day 8 - Basel

A travel blog entry by javaminit on Aug 08, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

... that we did not hit any speeds anywhere near 300kph. We sat at a table with a businessman-communications-consultant. His English was excellent and we had a very good conversation for the last hour of the trip to Basel.

We arrived in Basel around 11:05am, we disembarked and James & I made a bee line for Brezelkönig - the pretzel shop - a little piece of heaven. We changed a few Euros for Swiss Francs and headed downtown. ...

Schiltach to Todtmoos

A travel blog entry by hahno on Jul 27, 2014

5 photos

... was looking for squirrels, but none were around. But we did see woodpeckers, which kept her happy. She says she saw a few different types of tits, too, but we wont go there. After walking around we had lunch at the base of the falls. I had the biggest bock wurst sausage in the smallest bun I've ever seen. Looked ridiculous but tasted great. Had a look in some of the tourist shops. Tried on ...

Freiburg not Freiburg

A travel blog entry by breezyweezy on Jul 25, 2014

5 photos

... school in the morning so we were going to take advantage of that and have a nice time at the temple. I guess that temple will wait until we return. Instead, we slept in, took a walk around the man-made lake nearby and picked up a few things at the store (including German pastries for breakfast). We will probably still be on a sugar when we fly back. Fair warning, people. After that, we took the train ...

Schluchsee Orientation

A travel blog entry by jimandi on Aug 02, 2013

This morning, we drove with Herr Schnell for a town tour. He speaks a little English, much better than our German. He gave us our "KONUS Gastekarte" which is the free travel pass that lets us use rail and bus transportation throughout the Black Forest. We first went to the town square and learned the locations of the bank, local grocery store, pizza place ...

On to the Black Forest

A travel blog entry by jimandi on Aug 01, 2013

We left Dresden about 10:30 a.m. and began our 5.5 hr drive to Schluchsee. The first 5 hrs or so were all on the autobahn. The speed limit was normally 130 km/hr or about 78 mph. Jim drove at the speed limit, but if he entered the passing lane to go around a slower driver, he had to go around the car quickly, to get out of the passing lane, because within seconds a car would appear on our tail. He spent as much time looking in the rearview mirror as thru the ...