Hotel Sonnenhof

Address: Am Fuchsbuhl 14, Cham, Bavaria, 93413, Germany | Hotel
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Transfer to ship: Prague to Regensburg

A travel blog entry by bandrpullen on Apr 06, 2015

2 comments, 12 photos

... while we drove. I'm hoping to get it finished this year. When we arrived in Regensburg, we were divided by buses into tour groups. They also had a Pink Group if you needed a "gentle" tour ( aka slow). Our tour guide for Regensburg was Uli. She gave us the one hour tour. This little medieval town is supposed to be the best representation of that time. There were lots of towers and of course cobblestones and a big church. Most all ...

Hail Hitler- Nuremberg Saturday 28th March

A travel blog entry by alan.g.metcalf on Mar 29, 2015

4 photos

... to 1million people to the city. WW11 played a major role in the city's history. Most of the city was destroyed by bombing. The historic buildings have been restored and mostly rebuilt with the original materials. Our coach passes by the Court Buildings where the famous Nuremberg Trials were held. Courtroom 600 was where the trials of the Nazi criminals were held. It is still a working courtroom today. The coach stops at the "Burg" (Castle). ...

Regensburg (Medieval Bavarian City)

A travel blog entry by redmonds on Dec 26, 2014

1 comment, 25 photos

CRUISING DAY - Regensburg  The day began with a relaxing morning cruising on the Danube through several locks to Regensburg, located directly on the Danube in Bavaria in the SE of Germany.  We participated in a Fruhshoppen - a Bavarian sausage and bier morning tea (see photo) on board today followed only an hour later by a Bavarian lunch of more sausages, cold meats, sauerkraut and salad. As we ...

A surprise,

A travel blog entry by dannib on Dec 02, 2014

4 photos

... benches are tables around them. A perfect place to enjoy a Gluwein and warm up a bit. There were market stalls all around the palace as well as in the inner court yard. What fun. The winter cruises had started and we met Mike from New Jersey at one of the warming stations. He was having a wonderful time visiting the markets and on the cruise boat.

This is was our first stop in Germany and ...

Regensburg Altstadt

A travel blog entry by oldbag on Nov 02, 2014

32 photos

... were left oh well at least we got to try a couple.
All excitement aboard cause we were passing the Walhalla (Greek Temple built by King Ludwig 1) that was short lived because the fog prevented us from even seeing a little peek of the temple :(.
After lunch we arrive in Regensburg then set off for a guided city walk. We walked along the Danube to a 12 century stone bridge but it is covered by scaffolding being restored, ...