Kurhotel Eberl

Address: Buchenerstrasse 17, Bad Tölz, Bavaria, 83646, Germany | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Buchenerstrasse 17, Bad Tölz.
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Travel Blogs from Bad Tölz

Ludwig II's Castles, a Day Tour

A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Aug 10, 2014

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... of people who made it there which made it hard to take pictures so we have our best attempts at Selfie Sunday-ing it. We then walked back for our tour where we were led through the castles completed rooms (Ludwig died before it was finished and the castle was never completed). We weren't allowed to take pictures inside so google images came in handy. The rooms were very ornately decorated with scenes from Ludwig's favorite operas and tales. Since he only ...

Churches, Castles and Abbeys Oh My!

A travel blog entry by goddessphoto on Jun 22, 2014

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... to commission a separate shrine. Many who have prayed in front of the statue of Jesus on the altar have claimed that people have been miraculously cured of their diseases, which has made this church even more of a pilgrimage site. I'm not sure that I've been cured of anything, but it was a site to see. Another picturesque stop. Next was the town of Oberammergau ("Ober"= upper "Ammer" = the name of the river "Gau"= region.) It is probably best known for performing the ...

Munich arrival

A travel blog entry by rell01 on Jun 03, 2014

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... of the car park. Anyway we made it & travelled safely to Schliersee where we are staying. Very picturesque drive. Arrived at our resort the Alpen Club Schliersee a beautiful setting for a resort. We only had the cloths we were wearing but the Room was nice & the staff ...

The Birth of the Third Reich

A travel blog entry by npcreekhawk09 on May 30, 2014

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... a big role in Hitlers early years. I'm sure everyone doesn't want to hear all the details about the Nazi leader that we learned so I'll just hit the highlights. Surprisingly about 80%25 of Munich was destroyed by allied bombing during the war. Almost all the oldest buildings were destroyed and have been restored since 1944. One such building that sustained damage was the famous Hofbrauhaus. In the room upstairs was where Hitler gave his first speech On behalf of the ...

Munich, Germany

A travel blog entry by lisandrew on Nov 26, 2013

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... The food and beer in Munich was incredible, possibly our favorite city to eat in. We had bratwurst, potato pancakes, spaetzle, roasted chestnuts and hot mulled wine from different street vendors as we walked through the city. We also ate and drank at a few beer halls, and had great traditional meals; pork/ veal chops with potato salad, kraut, and crispy onions. Absolutely delicious! We saw all the main attractions with our good ...