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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    Travel Blogs from Burghausen (Salzach)

    Day 3: On the road again

    A travel blog entry by jbtravelbugs on Oct 24, 2014

    12 photos

    ... went to a pub. I ordered a Berliner Weisser - a beer that is sweetened with fruit flavour & served with a straw. I enjoyed this much more than a regular beer, which is, of course, what Jared had. I had read about the curry wurst, so I went for it. Bratwurst covered in onions with ketchup & curry powder - surprisingly good. Jared had a huge pork leg with sauerkraut and dumpling. It was just what we expected for typical German pub ...

    Soaked to the bone: Part 2

    A travel blog entry by jbtravelbugs on Oct 24, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... we explore the Red Bull World Exhibit. There were planes, race cars, motorcycles and the astronaut suit belonging to Austrian Felix Baumgartener - the first man to set the world record for sky diving, an estimated 39km. We were then escorted upstairs to the ultra-modern restaurant. Jared went for the suggested menu of 10 courses but I wanted a slightly lighter menu & they accommodated me with ...

    Salzburg: Schnitzels and Sonatas

    A travel blog entry by jonkinne on Oct 09, 2014

    11 photos

    ... not "weener" , but rather pronounced "Vee-ner", since it means a schnitzel like they make it in Vienna, which city in German is called "Wien"' or "Veen"). Similarly, the slang we use for "hot dogs" is interesting; "wiener" (we pronounce it "weener") really refers to a sausage which originated in Vienna made from a mixture of pork and beef, while "frankfurter" indicates a pork sausage like they enjoy in the German financial capital.
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    River Cruise and on to Melk then Salzburg

    A travel blog entry by 0n_the_move on Jul 16, 2011

    130 photos

    ... as a back up. It wasn't cool enough to need the heated towel bars but I thought that was special. I'll go ahead and mention it - the toilets have two flush options (a little and a lot of water). How economical of valuable resources!






    We did an evening tour of the town just before our 8 pm dinner reservations. Dinner was good, the salad wonderful and dessert was an Austrian apricot treat, I believe.

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    Accidental Renaissance Fair

    A travel blog entry by audreytravels on Jul 10, 2011

    35 photos

    ... 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 ...