Hotel Zur Schmiede

Friedrich-Werber-Strasse 22, Radolfzell, Baden-Württemberg, 78315, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Friedrich-Werber-Strasse 22, Radolfzell, is near Monastic Island of Reichenau.
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    Travel Blogs from Radolfzell

    Schaffhausen - Rhinefall - Radolfzell, 54km

    A travel blog entry by garyandlisa on Jun 08, 2014

    13 photos

    ... A couple of older riders, clearly not interested in aesthetics called out "now that's cool" and "great hat" as they rode by. Yet it was my conversation with a young boy of about 12 years that had Lisa in hysterics. "What's that?" He asked politely. "It's a Pino bike", I responded proudly. "No, on your head", he corrected whilst pointing upward. "Oh, that's a special hat", I deflatedly ...

    Fab times in Switzerland, Austria, Slovakia...

    A travel blog entry by chrissteenstra on Oct 19, 2010

    6 photos

    ... to the secret police from the cold war. The secret police had a similar role to the Stazi in East Germany. Unfortunately though, as it was Monday, it was shut. Bugger. Ah well, we settled into a nice smoky bar, and sampled some Hungarian beer and champagne. Yum! We eventually wandered back to the van, and headed out of town for the night. Budapest was really cool, and I recommend this to all.

    From Budapest, we had parked in a small parking area outside some houses, as ...

    Swiss Swans

    A travel blog entry by dorrance on Aug 04, 2008

    13 photos

    ... can be until you see them fully grown in person. We elected not to stay the night in Zürich, but rather to continue on to Bern on the advice of a friend from Switzerland. The area of Zürich has been inhabited for a couple of thousand years, and the name Zürich dates to the 9th century, but we've heard that Bern has a wonderful medieval city centre and that is our destination for the night. Getting there takes no effort, as this is the Swiss train system after all. - ...


    A travel blog entry by gabysabi on Jan 15, 2007

    1 comment, 3 photos

    First ride was quite exciting with the taxi running nearly over 200 people and crashing as many times ,but it seems custom to cross on the other side only to face another vehicle and slide away at the precise last second. Anyhow,we were just laughing as you-HAVE to trust the driver otherwise you get heart attack every other seconds. the air was full of tropical ...

    Local stuff

    A travel blog entry by brianc on Sep 16, 2006

    1 photo

    ... as usual. I had a banana split after in which I was helped out by L. We were entertained by boat owners lifting their vessels out of the water by means of a crane and sling. They were very skilful at maneuvering those large keeled boats out of the water onto their trailers. The dinghies had to be pulled out by a winch attached on the landward side to a ring buried in the concrete ramp and ...