Stadtgarten, Am

Hollturmpassage 2, Radolfzell, Baden-Württemberg, 78315, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Hollturmpassage 2, Radolfzell, is near Monastic Island of Reichenau.
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Travel Blogs from Radolfzell

Time out before touring by car

A travel blog entry by wanderinggoose on Jun 28, 2013

1 comment, 9 photos

... 2-hour trip down south to the Bodensee (Lake Constance).
The weather is uncertain - the sun attempts to peek through but there are occasional showers. The landscape, however, is magical. Around the shores of the lake are hundreds of traditional little villages and the road seems to curve on and on forever. We purchase some fresh cherries and other produce on our way to the house, which is to be our lodgings for at least the next week. Walter survives ...

Day 53

A travel blog entry by gypsydi on Sep 14, 2012

8 photos

... in for a coffee or drink and just standing at the counter for a short time then off on their merry way. Caught the train to Zurich this afternoon and had to change trains at the border and then spent 2 hours just admiring the beautiful scenery along the way. It is everything I have been told and have pictured. Once we got into Switzerland the alps appeared out of no where and I got my first glimpse of snow. Everything is so so green ...

Fab times in Switzerland, Austria, Slovakia...

A travel blog entry by chrissteenstra on Oct 19, 2010

6 photos

... and we saw the snow dusted country side and mountains. It was awesome! From Lienz we attempted to drive the Grossglockner Pass, but unfortunately due to snow, it was chains only. We got what glimpses we could of the mighty Grossglockner mountain, and then headed back down, and around the mountain. We were still treated with amazing views, snow capped mountains and beautiful countryside. This was very picturesque. We pulled in for the night into a small campground about 200m ...

What a load of swiss bankers

A travel blog entry by samc on Jul 11, 2007

... life and so everything is damned expensive at the cheapest times. With our wallets lightened, we headed out for a wander around time. Unfortunately, the weather deities decided it was time for some serious rain, so our enjoyment of this city was lowered somewhat, although the old town was still a lively place to be and we were afforded some good ...

A bit of a hike

A travel blog entry by brianc on Sep 09, 2006

1 photo

... ubiquitous duck. Black waterbirds of the same size as ducks, dotted around us like currents on a cake, were mostly immobile and all faced us as if daring us to disturb the scene. They were actually facing the sun as we discovered by doing an about face and looking at the rears of those the other side of the jetty. There was a line of them we noticed perched on a partly submerged breakwater which jutted out into the lake for about 200 metres and they ...