Hotel Gasthof zum Ochsen

Weilertalstr 41, Badenweiler, Black Forest, Baden-Württemberg, 79410, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Weilertalstr 41, Badenweiler.
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    Travel Blogs from Badenweiler

    Beautiful

    A travel blog entry by sarahandthomas on Aug 08, 2014

    31 photos

    We had decided to head back to the Black Forest, almost to the point of entry, just above Frieberg, we decided to follow part of the Clock Route North through the forest visiting Villingen-Schwenningen, we didn't see much here as the heavens opened then moved on to Furtwangen to see the/a clock museum and the ...

    Speyer Day 8 - Basel

    A travel blog entry by javaminit on Aug 08, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... to be higher than last time and it appeared to be moving faster. James decided he would not take the plunge but vowed to the next time he was in Basel.

    It was hot and we were thirsty. A nice cold beer from the Coop was in order. This Coop was more like a department store with groceries on the basement level. We picked up a few beverages and repaired to the main marktplatz where we had our lunch.

    All watered and ...

    Colmar

    A travel blog entry by hahno on Aug 04, 2014

    5 photos

    ... called the maneater. Sad stuff. From there headed into Colmar, the bigger town of the area. A really beautiful place. Half timbered and stone houses and flowers everywhere. Had a really nice look around, and then spent the night in a really nice hotel, the Turenne. Took a salad down to the town square about 8pm and listened to the live music and watched people. ...

    Eguisheim and Kaysersberg

    A travel blog entry by hahno on Aug 03, 2014

    4 photos

    Spent the day driving through the Alsace wine route. Lots of little towns, all with old castles and half timbered houses. Kaysersberg was a good example, just on the edge of the Vosges Mountains. Around this area their are also a lot of war memorials and cemeteries from both world wars. Around here are the remnants of the Maginot line, a line of underground forts and huge gun turrets ...

    Into Alsace

    A travel blog entry by hahno on Aug 02, 2014

    2 photos

    ... and headed back to our accommodation. Tomorrow we will look at the town more and drive around the area a bit. One thing this town is famous for also, is its white storks. They breed here, and there are huge nests on the top of many of the highest buildings. At the moment the chicks are quite big, so easy to see. It's fun to see the commotion when mum and dad get back to the nest with food. 3 huge birds trying to keep their balance in one ...