Parkhotel Waldeck Golfhotel Titisee
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... for. Their establishment is also famous for the clockmaker family of "Tribears", created in 2006, that is outside their shop. We visited the Black Forest Open Air Museum at Gutach which is a forum for the entire region, carrying out research projects and cultural heritage and development of the region and was set up in 1964. There are six impressive fully furnished Black Forest farmhouses built from the 16th to the 18th century. They represent the typical architecture ...
Drove through the mysterious black forest - Schwarzwald. Rolling green hills, lush farmland, thick forests and storybook hamlets. The changeable spring weather saw periods of dark clouds and rain which only added to the beauty and atmosphere of the forest. Once in Triberg we walked to the famous waterfall and did as many trails as were accessible. Lovely dinner of venison and weisswein in a local ...
We could not have had a better time for our first stop in Germany. It was wonderful spending time with my (Tasha) relatives Beate and Michael in Denzlingen just outside Freiburg. They shared the history of my family tree, showed us around, opened up their home, and were just wonderful to spend time with. Upon arrival Beate took us to a great viewpoint of all Freidburg at the top of a hill. At the start of the Black Forest this hill had a spectacular view and ...
Today wakeup was the same but I think everyone was in a much happier mood knowing that we didn’t have classes today! Instead we were going to Schaffhausen and the Rhein falls which is the biggest waterfall in Europe.
After breakfast we caught the train from Bischofszell to Winterthur to Schaffhausen. When we got off the train the view was already incredible. We walked up snow covered steps towards a castle looking ...
... as there were a lot of souvenir shops and cafes. There was a pretty view over the lake and into the surrounding hills, though it was a bit foggy.
We decided to eat there since it was getting too late to go into Freiburg by then. Ben had a steak which he said was good and I had some cannelloni which seemed like it was cheap freezer stuff but Germans are not big on vegetarian food so I wasn't too surprised. On the way back ...