Hotel Sonnenhof

Address: Am Fuchsbuhl 14, Cham, Bavaria, 93413, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Am Fuchsbuhl 14, Cham.
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Travel Blogs from Cham

A surprise,

A travel blog entry by dannib on Dec 02, 2014

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... 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

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This morning we're still cruising, so we watch the towel folding demonstration (they are so talented with the animals they come with) then we wait for the line to die down to try some German Beer and Sausages. The German Tradition is called Fruhschoppen (which means social gathering drinking alcohol in the morning usually Sunday mornings) nothing new to us haha By the line died down we missed out on the beer and only a few ...

The Road to Vienna

A travel blog entry by copitsweet on Oct 07, 2014

1 comment, 34 photos

... grabbed us, so decided to continue to Regensburg further south, big day driving but worth it. Booked into the Atrium Hotel and had dinner, not much else done today, however the navigator took us past some nice country towns where we saw sunflowers and asparagus crops. Still a good day. Regensburg to Salzburg 9.10.14 Got up and had a great breakfast, then Jen visited a quilt shop she found the night before, who would have thunked it. In to Regensburg ...

Arrived in Regensburg

A travel blog entry by jszakacs on Sep 28, 2014

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... during the Second World War .there was a Messerschmitt aircraft factory a short ways from the city which took the brunt of allied bombing raids. Much of the city's Jewish population was sent to the nazi death camps during ww2.in many of the doorways of city business and homes is a small golden plaque marking it as a home or business once owned by a Jewish family or person who never returned from the ...

Good-bye to Germany and Ric's opera debut!

A travel blog entry by mitdianem on Sep 11, 2014

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... past few days, so he and I decided to join the "leisurely paced" tour. Viking has arranged this group, which avoids steps and has more chances to sit down, so Bob thought it'd be better to save his knee for Vienna and Budapest. Kath and Ric continued on the regular tour, so we were on separate paths today. The town had a lot of history, but I think our tour guide was the best we've had so far. She wore a dirndel and just had the sweetest personality! After the tour, ...