Wellnesshotel Schiesselhof

Rippoldsried 1, Grafenhausen, Black Forest, Baden-Württemberg, 79865, Germany | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Rippoldsried 1, Grafenhausen, is near German Clock Museum (Deutsches Uhrenmuseum).
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Travel Blogs from Grafenhausen

Europa Park = Coasters & Screaming!

A travel blog entry by vikkitor on Sep 05, 2014

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... 8217;t eat anything because my throat was so swollen and it hurt to cough, but I had to wait to get back to Nancy to get my medicine.

The cool part about Europa Park is that it's just like Epcot and it's divided into sections that are named after European countries. And at every country there's a theme to make you feel like you're there. Portugal was cool because it had this huge water ride that looked like the tower of ...

Guy & Tillie’s Wedding, Sekt, Beer and Schna

A travel blog entry by perryadventures on Aug 25, 2014

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We arrived on Thursday after the short hop over from Strasbourg and made our way straight to a nearby microbrewery and beer garden recommended by Guy to sample some of the local brew which is sold by the litre. Whilst there, met with Shiraz, Alyce, Dan, Craig, Kat, Ben, Victoria and Prad despite our best efforts to entice Guy out for drinks the night before his wedding, ...

Day 8. Cycling in and around Schaffhausen

A travel blog entry by pybus71 on Aug 25, 2014

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... back home on the opposite side of the river.

The region is very much a farming area with kilometer after
kilometer of intense agriculture. Some of the crops we saw being grown here are
potatoes, lettuce, grapes, maize, carrots, strawberries, beans, apples, pears,
onions and turnips. The land is flat and the soils are very nice and all under
irrigation.

As a river, the Rhine is really impressive, especially for
me coming from South Africa. A solid block ...

Black Forest cake - the unexpected

A travel blog entry by maryham on Aug 25, 2014

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The stellplatz we stayed at was the car park for the exhibition centre on the edge of town. For the first time, we had the campsite to ourselves! First stop after breakfast was the supermarket to stock up for our last few days on the road. By now we have worked out where to buy food, how to operate the trollies, and how to pay (don’t assume they accept Visa or Mastercard). Visitors on a tour bus miss out on these cultural highlights!The neighbouring city of Villingen, an ...

Airships and popes

A travel blog entry by maryham on Aug 24, 2014

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... and so Friedrichshafen is a very wealthy little city!


In the afternoon, we took the ferry to the ancient city of Konstanz, on the other side of the lake. Konstanz is celebrating 400 years since the Council of Konstanz - the meeting at which the three popes came together to sort out who was going to be the one pope to lead the church. We had a lovely afternoon exploring the old buildings and immersing ourselves in the ...