Parkhotel Wehrle

Gartenstrasse 24, Triberg, Black Forest, Baden-Württemberg, 78098, Germany | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Gartenstrasse 24, Triberg, is near Gutach River Waterfall, Black Forest Museum (Schwarzwaldmuseum), and Hornberg Castle.
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    Travel Blogs from Triberg

    Europa Park = Coasters & Screaming!

    A travel blog entry by vikkitor on Sep 05, 2014

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    ... 8217;re soo close to the carts.

    From that ride we followed Michael, Kara, Vasilisa, Chelsy, Kelly and Jessica to the huge wooden coaster, Wodan! Everyone went on this one and the ride went 100km/h (62m/h) 40 m up. The first hill was soo much fun and the drop was even better! I think this one is my new favorite wooden roller coaster! Afterwards, we made our way to Blue Fire, the blue coaster that went upside down! At that ...

    Guy & Tillie’s Wedding, Sekt, Beer and Schna

    A travel blog entry by perryadventures on Aug 25, 2014

    21 photos

    ... strong and resisted,needless to say, the night ended in a blurry haze, so good call Guy!

    After making it out of the hotel room at 2pm the next day, we made the short walk to the local town hall for the wedding ceremony and after enjoying Sekt and Pretzels in the square afterwards, made our way to the reception venue at a hilltop vin yard situated midway between Alsace ...

    Black Forest cake - the unexpected

    A travel blog entry by maryham on Aug 25, 2014

    5 photos

    ... city of cobbled streets, churches, rathaus (town hall), and towers was fun to explore. Eric convinced me to buy a scarf so I could fit in with the locals. My German is approving as well so I no longer stand out as a tourist (??)

    Next stop was another old city - Rottweil - made famous for its history of breeding dogs but none of the nippers were around thankfully. We were taken by the mobile markets in the city centre. Trucks with sides that folded down to the ground to ...

    Airships and popes

    A travel blog entry by maryham on Aug 24, 2014

    5 photos

    ... of the Hindenberg, the era of airships as a serious option for long distance travel came to an end but they continued to be built for military use. However, the Allies prohibited Germany from building any airships or planes after the war so the company moved into aviation and other industrial components. When Count Zeppelin died, he left his company to the city of Friedrichsafen. It’s not one of the most successful companies ...

    Up and Down

    A travel blog entry by sburton on Jul 03, 2014

    8 photos

    We took a train to the Black Forest today. The Black Forest has three different regions in Germany. Of course the one that interested us was in the Central part which was the furthest from our home. It took 3 1/2 hours each way, therefore, we we only hit the highlights on our outing to Triberg. The town is full of hills. The only flat part we walked was when we stepped out of the train. We then ...