Strandhotel Kressbronn

Address: Uferweg 5, Kressbronn, Baden-Württemberg, 88079, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Uferweg 5, Kressbronn.
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Travel Blogs from Kressbronn

Day Six

A travel blog entry by karlas on Jun 20, 2015

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Today is the day I'm leaving Switzerland to go shopping, and I took the train to get to Germany. I went to LAGO which is located in Konstanz. I purchased items for my family and Swiss family, and items for myself. Shopping was fun and a good way to end my trip. I also liked seeing the different clothes and items, which many are different from what we have in the U.S. After I was done shopping I took the train back to Winterthur, and packed my bags. ...

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A travel blog entry by hubbardtim on Jun 09, 2015

... Here's another collage of the last month. We're heading to Aosta in the Italian Alps for 10 days then a couple of weeks in Val Ferret, Switzerland then loafing somewhere else in the mountains til the end of July. We'll be back in Fontainebleau for bouldering 28 July - 6 August. If anyone fancies joining us for any of this email me. We'd love to have camping buddies xx ...

Konstanz

A travel blog entry by hurshman on May 25, 2015

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We had a great day sailing on Anne and Axel's boat. Neither of us had ever sailed before. From Lake Konstanz you can see Switzerland, Germany and Austria at once. Pretty amazing. Anne and Axel also showed us around the old part of Konstanz which has buildings from the 1300s. Ruins have been found from as early as 400 A.D. So crazy. The town avoided bombs ...

3rd country for the day

A travel blog entry by debgen on May 22, 2015

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... and headed back to walk around town. The climb to the castle was pretty intense, after a beer, we both were ready to head out. Getting late and we still had to stop and pick up dinner. :-)

Headed off to Heathrow airport in the morning and will be headed home on Sunday.
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New Continent, New Country, New Start

A travel blog entry by lisabeck on May 22, 2015

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... and for the preservation of rights. Thanks to the volunteers, these people can go back to a more stable life.

Guatemala has a moving history: Populated by the indigenous Mayan people, Guatemala was invaded by the Spanish Conquistador Pedro de Alvarado in 1525, who began subduing the Indígenas with force.
In the late 19th and early 20th century, Guatemala's potential for agricultural exploitation attracted several foreign companies to it, one ...