Parkhotel David

Address: Turmstrasse 24, Lorrach, Baden-Württemberg, 79539, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Turmstrasse 24, Lorrach, is near Fondation Beyeler, Jean Tinguely Museum, Solitude Park, and NT- Areal.
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Travel Blogs from Lorrach

Titisee

A travel blog entry by wendy.gardiner on Jun 09, 2015

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Woke up at 6,30am not sure where we are as we are just moving very slowly could be we are waiting to go through another lock or for a berthing slot in Breisach as the itinerary said we'd arrive in the early hours. Just put the bow cam on and it is a lock, it can't be much further though as we left Strasbourg at 10pm last night. Finally arrived in Breisach 4 hours late, we feel for the Captain whose been on duty 11hours now navigating us safely through a ...

Rainy day

A travel blog entry by sallyj22 on Jun 08, 2015

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It rained in the night and we woke to the clouds low on the mountain. Anita had an early hair appointment so she gave us a lift to the thermal baths in the town. They were not open until 9oc, so we went for a walk in the rain. Had to sit in a coffee shop for a while. The thermal baths were very smart. There was an Indooroopilly and one outside steaming in the cool rainy conditions. The outside pool had a series of water-jets targeting different parts of the body, so ...

Walks in the Black Forest

A travel blog entry by sallyj22 on Jun 07, 2015

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... back to the house for some bread and cheese--the Germans seem to live on bread and not much fruit and veg ! Later on Anita took us in the car to a local beauty spot, very popular with the locals. It was at Monchatal, and was a walk along a wooded valley. The dog loved the water and she paddled whenever she could. We had the pizzas for dinner and retired for an early ...

To Northern Black Forest

A travel blog entry by sallyj22 on Jun 06, 2015

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... turned towards Oldenburg as Gabi wanted a swim in the lake there. It was her home town. We all had a swim in the lake and Christina made a coffee for us on their little cooker. After another two hours we made it to Bad Liebenzell, at Anita's house way up above the town. It is a lovely wooden house with a huge wild garden and a shaggy bearded collie called Dala. Anita does not speak any English and we sat round with glasses of water, until, at 9oc, I said to Lilli "does she ...

Strasbourg to Baden-Baden. Raining crazy

A travel blog entry by judysadventures on Oct 15, 2013

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... not been really thick fog. Some of the passengers decided to do the mineral baths for which Baden-Baden is very famous. Since I hadn't packed a swimsuit I chose to do a walking tour and see the city. We toured about an hour and then were given free time for about an hour and a half. It was raining so hard, like sheets of rain, that we only saw a couple of shops and decided to go have a cappuccino and their famous Black Forest cake. We ...