Klostergasthof Raitenhaslach

Address: Raitenhaslach 9, Burghausen (Salzach), Bavaria, 84489, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Raitenhaslach 9, Burghausen (Salzach).
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          Doe...a deer...a female deer...

          A travel blog entry by suemacd on Nov 11, 2015

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          ... out of him at one stage.... even though he reckoned he didn't know the lyrics :) It was a fun tour - Wends and Lisa - you would have loved it ! and I'm sure you would have done yourselves proud during the sing-a-long bits - we were thinking about you :) Hope some of you die hard Julie Andrews fans recognise a few of the locations in the photos.... enjoy.... I'm off to watch the film again to spot some of the shots :) ...

          A trip up Predigtstuhl

          A travel blog entry by suemacd on Nov 08, 2015

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          Today we went up to the top of Mount Predigtstuhl on the cable car, which was one of the first cable cars in the world, and has been operating since 1928, taking visitors up the 1614 metres to the top of the mountain. At the top, there are a ...

          The Sound of Salzbug

          A travel blog entry by chfarnsworth on Jul 29, 2011

          ... but also fairly dark. A lot of the churches here are almost frightening in size and decor. Most of the images of Christ show his gruesome death on the cross, and there are also lots of demons and skulls depicted in shadowy corners. Kim said, and I agree, that she wouldn't like to be alone in one of these cathedrals in the dark.

          Nonetheless, Salzburg was overall a wonderful experience. I still think that this would be a great place to live, and hope to return someday!

          Accidental Renaissance Fair

          A travel blog entry by audreytravels on Jul 10, 2011

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          ... red cheeks and nose. Ha!

          That night there was a really bad storm. We had the door to the porch open at the beginning and it made our blinds blow sideways and almost hit the ceiling. It was an effort to close the door because the wind was blowing so hard - I started to wonder if I was going to be sucked out the door. We lost power for a while, and had no internet afterwards, which left us (me) with no internet for 2 days. No internet ...

          Einoden - Rosenheim, Muhldorf - Marktl - Day 12

          A travel blog entry by sydandval on May 23, 2011

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          ... was down a flight of stairs too the subway. With two loaded touring bikes, I leave the details to the reader's imagination! The afternoon run turned out to be tedious and mentally tough as the path was not well marked (this was Germany after all, and the Inn path is Austria's little gem), in fact it took us an hour to find our way from the station down through town and onto the actual path, which, when signed, ...