Watzmann

Address: Franziskanerplatz 2, Berchtesgaden, Bavarian Alps, Bavaria, 83471, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Franziskanerplatz 2, Berchtesgaden, is near Konigssee, Berchtesgaden Salt Mines (Salzbergwerk Berchtesgaden), Documentation Center Obersalzberg, and Watzmann Therme.
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      Travel Blogs from Berchtesgaden

      Last day on the slopes

      A travel blog entry by don.vince on Jan 30, 2015

      ... from Garry’s class to tell me I’m an awesome snowboarder (sometimes praise doesn’t have to be sincere J).

      Once down to Angertal, we found Mark, he’d already traded his gear in (cough) wimp (couth)! He very kindly agreed to come up the beginners slope to watch me and my new skills.

      I then had a run with some of the ski instructors: they were learning the snowboard so the pace was lovely. I enjoyed that very much, got ...

      Snowboarding day 5 - Off Piste!

      A travel blog entry by don.vince on Jan 29, 2015

      ... ve ever experienced. If are good at snowboarding it need not be as exhausting. If however you find yourself falling over, albeit on the comfortable quilt of snow, it’s going to take a lot of energy to get back up, over and over again. This was unbelievably mighty fun, first on plain powder, then among trees. Slow going but so nice. If Hannis saw you fall, he would roar with laughter. “Oh ho ho ho! That’s so funny” his laughter ...

      Snowboarding day 4 - jumps in the park

      A travel blog entry by don.vince on Jan 28, 2015

      ... table and dived in. 10ish Danes, with some fantastic stories. The leader of the group owns a property in Bad Gastein. He had a motocross accident at the age of 19, broke his spine, was paralysed, recovered, received fabulous Danish healthcare and cash and wanted to invest it sensibly. This specific week every year, he has up to 16 of his best friends join him for adventures on the slopes.

      Today it turns out, he once again had nearly managed to kill himself: ...

      The Eagles Nest ... NOT the "Hawk's Nest"

      A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Sep 20, 2014

      11 photos

      ... and the other at underneath a Pension that was seized by the Nazis and returned to its original owner after the war. The bunker we visited was an amazing labyrinth that amounted to an underground city, with bathrooms, storage rooms, a guard station (complete with machine gun portals), meeting rooms and unfinished tunnels. The tunnels could be accessed from virtually all of the senior Nazi commander homes. We also learned that it was the French and not Charlie Company, who ...

      Day Twenty-five Sat Jun 7, Salzburg- Berchtesgarde

      A travel blog entry by frankandcarolyn on Jun 07, 2014

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      The so-called "Eagle’s Nest" was built as a teahouse for Adolf Hitler’s 50th birthday. Perched on a mountain summit, its unusual position makes of the daring project a unique engineering feat. What few realize is that Hitler’s home and headquarters - the second seat of 3rd Reich power - were located at Obersalzberg (the name of the mountain), at the foot of the Eagle’s Nest mountain. This teahouse ...