Markgrafler Hof

Address: Ernst-Eisenlohr-strasse 7, Badenweiler, Black Forest, Baden-Württemberg, 79410, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Ernst-Eisenlohr-strasse 7, Badenweiler, is near St. Trudpert Abbey.
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      The Days are Dwindling Down

      A travel blog entry by travelink on Dec 07, 2014

      33 photos

      ... The wine itself was refreshing and holding the warm mug was a solution for taking the chill from my fingers. After reaching the apartment, I started removing items from the wall unit where I had stored all of my clothes and other belongings in preparation for packing tomorrow. I ate dinner at the apartment to utilize most of the remaining unused food items that I had purchased.

      Sunday was a bit foggy as has been somewhat typical on many mornings and ...


      A travel blog entry by jgilmer on Nov 30, 2014

      2 comments, 17 photos

      ... and cafés. Even supermarkets must be closed. Cherry schnapps is a product of Black Forest. Licenses are passed through generations of family. Pear schnapps is product of lower valley. Cuckoo clock introduced 1700s. 1850 new design "station house" clock introduced. 2 weights means cuckoo and clock. 3 weights means cuckoo, clock and music. Yellow sandstone buildings were built while Colmar was under German control. Red sandstone built while ...

      It's Beginning to Seem Like Christmas

      A travel blog entry by travelink on Nov 29, 2014

      1 comment, 52 photos

      ... the there was an ominous period of inactivity while the Münster’s Hosannah Glöcke (Hosanna bell―it’s oldest dating to 1258) tolled for a period of ten minutes in commemoration of the over 2,800 who died on this night. I can only imagine how distressing this could have been for those who experienced the horror of that evening, although the bombing lasted only about 20 minutes. Also, it must have given them some degree of hope the next morning seeing the ...

      Enjoying the Weather!

      A travel blog entry by travelink on Nov 22, 2014

      17 photos

      ... concert were different than most similar concerts that I have attended in the neither was by a historically known composer. The first was by an English organist and composer, Alfred Hollings, who died in the middle of the last century. Doing a bit of research about him, I learned that he was blind from birth. The other piece was an improvisation by the organist who is from Switzerland of a church hymn "Gelobt seist du, Herr Jesu Christ”. After the concert I passed ...

      My Last Month in Germany

      A travel blog entry by travelink on Nov 15, 2014

      64 photos

      ... a larger one that seemed to have very good prices and a larger selection of items, including a limited amount of fresh meat. As I continued along my way I made note of a few restaurants that seemed to be good options for meals at some point during my stay. Eventually just as I was ready to turn onto the street that was at the boundary of the Altstadt I came to a Rewe supermarket. It has become one of my favorites in some of my previous towns, so I will return there to see how ...