Hotel Schwarzer Adler

Malserstrasse 8, Landeck, Tirol, Austrian Alps, 6500, Austria | Hotel
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Location

This hotel is located on Malserstrasse 8, Landeck.
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    Travel Blogs from Landeck

    Canyoning

    A travel blog entry by derberghof on Jul 24, 2014

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    ... point for 15 minutes, which was perfect to warm us up a bit.

    Afting drying ouselves and changing clothes, we drove back to Der Berghof and decided to seat all together at the terrasse for a drink. It is one of these moments your body relax itself and make you feel completely serene, almost unfazed. You just enjoy the view over Lech, its mountains and the warmth of the sun on your face. We are definitely on holidays...
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    Heaven in the Alps

    A travel blog entry by kingswardrobe on Jul 12, 2014

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    ... having spent 24x7 with the kids for 6 weeks. After getting the feel of the place and jr trying out every activity on offer, we opted to leave Eddie for a few hours and take jr on a bike ride. What a ride…to learn just how out of shape I was. Sean had jr on the back of the bike and still had to stop for me. However, I can’t imagine better scenery to get in shape to and we spent the rest of the week biking every morning through the mountains. By the ...

    Neuschwanstein Castle

    A travel blog entry by ftempleman on Jul 08, 2014

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    Picked up the hire car in Munich. Drove in the rain to Neuschwanstein castle. We arrived at 3pm and next available tour was at 5pm. So had a walk around in the rain and decided to give the tour a miss. Drove to our hotel in Klause near Reutte in ...

    More Alps

    A travel blog entry by alexsandral on Jun 08, 2014

    2 comments, 25 photos

    ... was fierce fighting here between Austrians and Italians. After WW1 it was transferred to Italy and then in 1938 both Hitler and Mussolini agreed to send the German speaking population back to German ruled territory. During WW11, thousands of people were relocated and straggled back after the war. In 1971 The International Court in The Hague gave the province autonomy within Italy. Now I am back from my walk and invigorated ...

    A Day in the Alps

    A travel blog entry by alexsandral on Jun 07, 2014

    2 comments, 23 photos

    ... borders and is Italy's autonomous Alto Adige, formerly Austria's Sud Tirol or South Tyrol, until WW1. The area is extremely Austrian with no evidence of it being a part of Italy. They might vote in Italian elections, pay taxes to the Italian government, and hold Italian passports, but their hearts, souls and thoughts are all Austrian, proving that you can't mandate that someone becomes a certain nationality if they don't want to. The architecture, ...