Mosel-Landhaus

Address: Moselstrasse 19, Briedern, Rhineland-Palatinate, 56820, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Moselstrasse 19, Briedern, is near Mosel River and Reichsburg.
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Travel Blogs from Briedern

Morning cruising & Koblenz

A travel blog entry by nvs on Dec 18, 2014

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... and cultural projects all over the world. We heard a lot about the history of the Sayn family which was very interesting. We managed a photo with Prince Alexander, he is a very nice gentleman. They have lots of family get togethers and entertain in the rooms in the photos. They have weddings there about 2-3 times a week in summer. Princess Gabriela has a butterfly garden which ...

Exploring Rhine River!

A travel blog entry by jackxy08 on Nov 23, 2014

An hour drive from Trier, we finally reached Koblenz. Got to see a piece of Berlin wall, had a typical German meal Schweinshaxe (Pork Knuckle with mashed potato and Sauerkraut) pair with a local beer! Yum! After our meal, we headed to the cruise port for an hour ride to explore the Rhine River.






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Rain rain & more rain

A travel blog entry by kcsinasia on Oct 08, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

... a huge plate of the most delicately perfect fries, with a very tasty brat--we should have only ordered one and split it, there was so much food! Then on to the castle. Castles are built on top of hills. Their owners made money by taxing river traffic, imprisoning those who did not wish to pay until they changed their minds. Then they built more castle...this one used to extend the length of 15 football fields! It is, however, a ruin now, one sixth ...

Amsterdam to Rhine valley, Germany

A travel blog entry by kikikiara on Jul 04, 2014

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We were up early and dropped into the centre of Amsterdam town to explore the city for three hours. A groups of us wondered down to the iconic Amsterdam sign to get a picture. The streets of Amsterdam were filled with canals, bright flowers and lotsssss of bikes. We all almost got wiped out by bike riders flying past us when we were crossing their bike lanes. After visiting the sign, we strolled through markets then ate lunch at a restaurant on the canal and then jumped back on ...

France > Belgium > Luxembourg > Germany

A travel blog entry by k9nny on Jun 29, 2014

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I have been considering a single speed pedal bike, otherwise known as a fixed wheel or fixie. In Germany, they have a similar type of car. It’s called a black Audi and also has a single speed, fast. In fact non-German car manufacturers hardly get a look in. There is no speed limit on the German autobahn, just a recommendation. That’s right, if you happen to own a capable car, you too can legally drive in excess of ...