SeeHotel Wassermann

Address: Ludwig-Thoma-Str. 1, Seebruck, Bavaria, 83358, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Ludwig-Thoma-Str. 1, Seebruck, is near Christkindlmarkt auf der Fraueninsel.
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    Bernau, Germany

    A travel blog entry by wackenorbust on Sep 12, 2015

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    Took the train from Nuremberg to Munich. Encountered a group of refugees. Pretty difficult to get through with all the police that were there as well. I thought we might miss our train!! We didn't miss this connection although it is really full. One more transfer and we will be in ...

    Berchtesgaden Salt Mines, Salzbergwerk

    A travel blog entry by ericksonda on Sep 08, 2015

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    We spent the morning at the salt mine. The tour starts with putting coveralls on. We then went on a mini train. If you were taller than 6 feet you have to be careful because there is not much headroom. The tunnels are very narrow. You start the tour by sliding down a 50 foot wooden slide to the mine. They explain how they mine the salt. There use to be a salt water ocean 14 million years ago that evaporated ...

    A day in Salzburg

    A travel blog entry by ericksonda on Sep 07, 2015

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    We spent the day in Salzburg, about 30 km from Ramsau. After breakfast we headed to a park and ride on the outskirts of Salzburg and took the bus into downtown. Parking is crazy and expensive in the tourist area. It was only about 15 minutes into town. The shops, churches and fortress were amazing. Everything is expensive. We didn't buy much. We toured the cemetery by St. Peter's church and ...

    July 4th in Salzburg

    A travel blog entry by fintravels on Jul 04, 2015

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    ... were Hitler's escapes routes if attacked. We had to get in special buses to go up the steep incline, through several thick metal gates and several tunnels. Almost at the top you walked through another tunnel into a chamber that housed a 404' internal elevator up to the Eagles Nest (that is some security system). The SS barracks were along the route in a field, but they were destroyed in the WW II bombing. The view at the top was so amazing. We hiked the most amazing ...

    Europe by Train, there is No Better Way!

    A travel blog entry by labellevie on Aug 11, 2014

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    ... ha!  I have a window seat on this train which makes for an excellent view of the southern German countryside :-)  I’m sitting next to the cutest little old lady (and her husband), she doesn’t speak a word of English and I’m pretty sure she thinks I understand her German, lol. Words that spoke to me today: “This world ain’t fair, it can knock you on your butt, well you can just lie there, or ...