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The castle courtyard of Burg Bernstein

Burgenland Regions on the border - that is how you live there

Borderland Many Burgenland regions border several foreign countries: Slovakia in the north, Hungary in the east and Slovenia in the south. Borders have therefore always played a major role in the history of this country - and it was usually quite dramatic. So it's no wonder that many of its residents live in a very special way and ...
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Pool with alpine view in Reiter's Posthotel in Achenkirch

Posthotel Achenkirch am Achensee - where friendliness rules the world

"Welcome to the Posthotel, Ms. Fuchs - Mr. Fuchs", the receptionist smiles at us and extends her hand over the counter. And her colleagues follow as if they have known us for years. This is our first time in this five-star hotel in Achenkirch am Achensee in Austria. The Achensee is one of the mountain lakes in Tyrol. "Oh, you ...
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Medieval garden in Château-Gontier

The most beautiful gardens on the Mayenne in the Pays de la Loire

Gardens and flower villages on the Mayenne Flower villages - that's what Michel promised us when he picked us up from the airport in Nantes for our houseboat tour on the Mayenne. And he was right! We encountered flowers not only in the villages and towns along the river, and not only in gardens. Almost every one of the locks we passed was pretty with flowers ...
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The galley

16 tips for beginners on a houseboat tour on the Mayenne

We spent three days as complete beginners in the houseboat on the Mayenne and had no idea what we were getting ourselves into. The Mayenne is a river in the Pays de la Loire not far from the border with Normandy and Brittany and flows into the Loire at Angers. It is one of the rivers in France that beginners without a license can travel ...
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grisaille

Romantic: the Benedictine abbey in Stein am Rhein

This is actually a contradiction in terms: how can a Benedictine abbey be romantic? But it works in Stein am Rhein. There have been no monks living in the former Benedictine monastery since 1525, when the monastery was closed as a result of the Reformation. Since then it has changed hands several times and has been owned by the Swiss Confederation since 1945. The amazing thing about this monastery is ...
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Finbarr Corrigan

Amber fisherman from Binz

A guest at the Irish amber fisherman from Binz Bernstein is also affectionately known as the "gold of the Baltic Sea". That was reason enough for us to take a closer look at this extraordinary stone during our stay in Binz. And so we set out to visit the Irish amber fisherman in Binz In Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. Finbarr Corrigan often came to the ...
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Bora HotSpa Resort

The Bora HotSpa Resort in Radolfzell

At first glance, the Bora HotSpaResort in Radolfzell in Baden-Württemberg looks a bit strange in its green surroundings. A straight-angled building with a facade made of wooden beams that meet at straight and inclined angles stands on a narrow street that is also the entrance to the Radolfzell marina. In front of and behind it, tall willow trees soar into the sky, and Lake Constance ...
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Wildgulasch

Eat like the pilgrims of yore in Stein am Rhein

Actually, I discovered it by accident. During my research before our short trip to the Untersee region in the western part of Lake Constance, I came across an advertisement on one of the local tourism websites. You already know: the one on which all the sights, accommodations and restaurants of the place are listed. An advertisement on the side of this website piqued my interest. Didn't it say there that ...
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Vulcano ham

Go on a culinary journey of discovery with the mobile home

With the mobile home through Styria We usually make our culinary voyages of discovery in our own car and spend the night in hotels in the area. But of course there is another way. For example, one of our favorite culinary regions, Styria in Austria, can also be easily explored by mobile home. This spring we were in three different, culinary ...
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iceberg

Impressions of the Oslo fjord

We traveled with travel blogger colleagues on board the DFDS ferries Crown and Pearl through the Oslo Fjord, the long strait that connects the capital of Norway with the Baltic Sea. Petar and I were in Scandinavia for the first time and apart from what we knew from photos and films, we had little idea about the country. Well, I knew ...
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