Silencehotel Restaurant Gottfried

Address: Boehringer Strasse 1, Moos, Baden-Württemberg, 78345, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Boehringer Strasse 1, Moos, is near Burg Radegg.
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Travel Blogs from Moos

Slow day swimming

A travel blog entry by pybus71 on Jul 11, 2015

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After yesterday's 70 kms we decided to take it a bit slower so we packed our swimming stuff and headed off on our bikes to Eglisau for a relaxing swim in the Rhine.

At Eglisau they have an area set aside for swimming which caters for people who don't want to pay for facilities. However all the facilities are there. They ...

Cycling along the Rhine

A travel blog entry by pybus71 on Jul 10, 2015

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Alone again......no kids.......just the two of us. Could be worse I guess. Onto our bikes for a leisurely 70 km ride along the Rhine. We set off from camp and headed up river towards the Rhine Falls which is situated at a town called Schaffhausen. Schaffhausen is quite a biggish place with a lot of tourists all coming to see the falls. There is also an old fort called the Munot which dates back to the ...

Good times with my son

A travel blog entry by pybus71 on Jul 09, 2015

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The plan today was for Justin and I to cycle to Winkel to visit Granny whilst Corinne and Stef took the bus. Everyone thought we would definitely get lost but Justin and I were full of positivity and armed with Google Maps we set off on an adventure.......without provisions. Well after successfully negotiating the first turn off we only missed two turn offs but were able to make ...

Hello Germany

A travel blog entry by heatherandjohn on Jul 03, 2015

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... the guided tour which, although it was all in German,
was the only way to access some of the impressive and beautifully decorated
rooms of the Prelature. We were given written information in English so weren’t
completely clueless as to what was around us. John’s German is a bit rusty but
he still managed to understand bits of what the guide was telling us.
The monastery was burnt to the ground in 1697 so when it was rebuilt, they started to ...

Wyatt says"Bye Bye Swislan"

A travel blog entry by jakers on Jul 03, 2014

1 comment, 18 photos

... this country.


Things we will miss:
1) the Swiss-German people who were predominantly kind and helpful and spoke English with ease
2) the Swiss Alps, unlike any mountain range in its grandeur
3) a transportation system with its efficient and timely trains and buses
4) window boxes stuffed with flowers on practically every house
5) dogs welcomed in the trains, ...