Hotel Fletzinger

Address: Lane Fletzinger 1, Wasserburg am Inn, Bavaria, 83512, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Lane Fletzinger 1, Wasserburg am Inn.
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Travel Blogs from Wasserburg am Inn

Another Gluwhein? It'd Be Rude Not To ;)

A travel blog entry by fishtails04 on Dec 05, 2014

1 comment, 19 photos

... and involves about 2000 people in authentic dress taking part in wedding processions, dance, music, feasts, jousting... Anita had told me about it and it sounds like an absolute riot - I can't make up my mind which would be the best time of year to come back: Autumn for Oktoberfest or June for the wedding!

Landshut is dominated by the looming bulk of Trausnitz Castle high on a hill above the town, and it looked ...

Munich - Day 2

A travel blog entry by t.bird on Aug 26, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... the difference between concentration camps and extermination camps. Concentration camps were predominantly used as prisons initially for rehabilitation and re-education and eventually as slave labour camps. Extermination camps, were as the name suggests. Interestingly, the extermination camps were all outside of Germany, in annexed countries such as Austria and Poland. This was predominantly because the Nazis did not want the domestic population to know what they were ...

Munich day 2

A travel blog entry by gatorfreud on Jun 03, 2014

17 photos

... a rest. Mark and I took short naps and the boys did who-knows- what. Kurt and I checked out the public pool in the way back- we may go tomorrow. Karl and I again went to the market - he wanted to take a picnic dinner to the biergarten. He is his best self at the market! We also picked up breakfast. Got yogurt, salami, cheese, rolls, milk, Cereal, muffins, drinks, strawberries, and muesli. Karl asked for "drei baguettes bitte" but he keeps ...

Day 185 - Hungover & Homeward Bound

A travel blog entry by costin on Apr 03, 2014

... the English Garden, where the water is pumped under one of the bridges, a standing wave has been formed that attracts hordes of surfers. It is quite a sight to see so many surfers in the middle of an urban area that is so far from the coast. We sat and watched the surfers for quite a while, they are all pretty good so we were well entertained. Kim decided that she needed a nap. It has been quite a while since Kim has been quite so hungover and I think she ...

WW II and this magnificent city

A travel blog entry by paleojohn2010 on Dec 08, 2013

2 comments, 10 photos

... the only portion that was not leveled during WW II allied bombing.
Across the street were several buildings dedicated to Kaiser William and they now house an art gallery (Haus fer Kunst) and the Bavaria National Museum.A short walk to the east is the Isar river and the Luitpold Bridge. Above the bridge is a Friedens-engel ( an angel of peace) on a column, and I believe, like the tower in Berlin, originally ccelebrated the Prussian victory over the French in ...