Seehotel zur Post

Address: Seestrasse 3, Tegernsee, Bavaria, 83684, Germany | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Seestrasse 3, Tegernsee.
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    Travel Blogs from Tegernsee

    Tuesday (Part Deux)

    A travel blog entry by jockser on Jun 22, 2011

    5 comments, 5 photos

    ... things, was a cheese burger for Junior & a Wiener Schnitzel for myself.

    Right, enough of this. The day's awasting - time for brekkie & more road.After a bit of a thunderstorm last night it's another lovely day here. Hope youse enjoy what you're doing for the day as much as we're about to ;-)

    Edit: Can't load pics on this ****** wifi so, once again, you'll either have to wait or imagine
    the sights from yesterday ;-)

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    Record Shopping and Munich

    A travel blog entry by patrickv on Apr 30, 2007

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... I did find an Indian restaurant that sold samosas on the side, so I had to get one, which was by no means a mistake. I should also mention that four or five churches we went to, all of which were pretty impressive, and the old and new town halls that can be found in the city center. We went to the top of the tower in the Frauenkirche and looked over the town. In our extended walking, we found a lot of ...

    To Munchen!

    A travel blog entry by jpandshaz on Sep 19, 2006

    15 photos

    ... up with Shaz's friend Ralf and her boyfriend Jamie and JP's mate Cotties, an Oktoberfest veteran. Night two we sat outside the Hippodrom tent, which is supposedly where German celebrities go. The night we were there Paris Hilton was barred entry to the main tent because it was too full. Night three was a cracker. We got into the Paulaner tent ...

    Gearing up for a surreal weekend, maybe

    A travel blog entry by traveese on Sep 14, 2006

    5 photos

    ... the music. Not listening to it, mind you, but just talking about how beautiful it was. She went on for an entire piece about how great it was, only pausing intermittently to listen to a loud part and then yelling her approval. I don't know if you all know how much I appreciate talkers at music and film outings, but suffice to say it was grating on my last nerve. Before the next piece the violinist called for silence, to which the woman replied, "Silencio!" with much gusto. ...

    Bath in Baden Baden

    A travel blog entry by charuavi on Jul 03, 2006

    ... 70 years old. So were the men. In fact, it was totally populated by old men and women 'taking the cure'. We plunged in the pool and soaked in the warm, inviting water. The sore muscles of the back (caused by hefting the heavy bags, no doubt) slowly relaxed when subjected to strong gusts of water. I started believing in the therapeutic powers of the spa. There is a sauna on the first floor, but I purposely did not tell my husband about it. Some information is best kept a ...