Parkhotel David

Turmstrasse 24, Lorrach, Baden-Württemberg, 79539, Germany | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Turmstrasse 24, Lorrach, is near Jean Tinguely Museum, Fondation Beyeler, Solitude Park, and NT- Areal.
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Travel Blogs from Lorrach

Trip to Langenthal

A travel blog entry by klooser on Sep 04, 2014

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... factory where we bought lots of biscuits. On the way home Ursula picked up a platter of hams. At Peter's we met Pascal and his girlfriend Annabelle. Aperitifs and nibbles on the balcony. For dinner we had the Ham, plus cheese, salads, Zopf, raspberry mousse etc... To much to ...

Day 10. Cycling, hopefully the last puncture.

A travel blog entry by pybus71 on Aug 27, 2014

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It rained all night and we woke to a bright sunny day……….for
about an hour, during which time we managed to have our breakfast in the sun.
The clouds came back but at least without rain and so we jumped on our bikes
and set off into Solothurn town where there was a market on the go. Lots of
local agricultural produce was on display with vegetables, flowers and ...

Day 9. Solothurn in the rain.

A travel blog entry by pybus71 on Aug 26, 2014

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... time of the year most of the crops
being grown are for the production of winter feed for the animals.

We arrived at our campsite, which is situated on the banks
of the Aare, in a miserable cold drizzle. However shortly after having set up
camp, the weather lifted and we were able to grab our bikes and ride into town
to explore.

Solothurn has a ...

European summer, start of a new riding adventure.

A travel blog entry by 76onabike on Aug 06, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... their own way.
The following weeks were a mixture of staying home with my sister Denyse and occasional rides.
One day at Bleiken near Thoune with my niece Monique, another at Etagnière near Lausanne where my nephew Sami delights me no end with succulent BBQ. Then it was a short ride to Gryon via Villars where Jack was a ski instructor last year for the Swiss Ski School.
On Sunday we went to visit my niece ant who was ...

Old houses and climbing the Swiss alps

A travel blog entry by katemoloney88 on Jul 04, 2013

... to Germany they are expensive). You have to pay for everything, parking even in what we would consider remote locations and even going to toilet can cost you money. A very different culture to what we experience in Australia! I'm loving the travel, and I'm also glad that in a lot of ways its making me appreciate home more because I have lots of things to compare it with now. Australia is the ...