Hotel Fruechtl

Address: Kirchplatz 1, Zandt, Bavaria, 93499, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Kirchplatz 1, Zandt.
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Travel Blogs from Zandt

A surprise,

A travel blog entry by dannib on Dec 02, 2014

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We added Regensberg to our travels at the suggestion of our German friends, Adelheid and Joachim. I am so glad we did.

We we stayed at a Best Western on the outskirts of Regensberg but it worked out well as the bus stop was across the street and parking in the old town would have been a nightmare. The river cruises visit for the incredible cathedral with its fabulous spires and the Thurn and ...

The Road to Vienna

A travel blog entry by copitsweet on Oct 07, 2014

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... bus into town, walked around the Saturday markets, Shoalhaven Council would have a fit with the way they sell foods here. Then we caught the funicular up to the castle, walked around and had lunch served by a man dressed as a serf. Lunch was very nice and we made our way down and walked to the Mirabella Gardens, then home for a rest. Dinner in the Chinese tonight, then off to Vienna for a week tomorrow. Hope you enjoyed this portion with us, next post around the ...

Arrived in Regensburg

A travel blog entry by jszakacs on Sep 28, 2014

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A beautiful medieval city highlighted by the Cathedral on Domplatz and the stone bridge dating from the mid 1100's. Near the stone bridge is the famous Wurstkuche serving fine Regensburger sausage since 1135 .This is the oldest sausage kitchen in the world.Even Mozarrt ate here. The town is filled with many fine restaurants and beautiful beer gardens as well as plenty of historical sites. The city was ...

Good-bye to Germany and Ric's opera debut!

A travel blog entry by mitdianem on Sep 11, 2014

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... past few days, so he and I decided to join the "leisurely paced" tour. Viking has arranged this group, which avoids steps and has more chances to sit down, so Bob thought it'd be better to save his knee for Vienna and Budapest. Kath and Ric continued on the regular tour, so we were on separate paths today. The town had a lot of history, but I think our tour guide was the best we've had so far. She wore a dirndel and just had the sweetest personality! After the tour, ...


A travel blog entry by joannacooper on Aug 29, 2014

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... around lunch time. The afternoon was 'free time' - Laurie elected for a rest aboard the boat, but I took off to explore a bit more on my own. We were docked almost in the centre of town so it was only a short walk back into the centre of things. I had a lovely couple of hours exploring the old town, having a coffee and cake, looking at a cuckoo clock shop, the interior of the ...