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  • Food | Germany > Wolfach, Germany
    Updated at May 22,2013

    The town of Wolfach, one of the most famous spa towns in Germany, also offers a variey of cafés and restaurants, where you can dine and relax.

  • Food | Germany > Hornberg, Germany
    Updated at May 22,2013

    In the local café you can sit down and relax, and grab a piece of the famous black forest cake.

  • Food | Germany > Hexenlochmühle, Furtwangen, Germany
    Updated at May 22,2013

    Outside the house there is a nice restaurant, and along the stream there are lots of benches where you can sit and grab a bite to eat.

  • Food | Germany > St Blasien
    Updated at May 22,2013

    There are a lot of very nice cafés in St. Blasien, and in front of the Basilica there is a very good restaurant, located in the Dom-Hotel. We had “Hirsh Stew” with berries (deer meat), which was a real delicacy.

  • Food | Germany > Oberried > Steinwasen Park
    Updated at May 22,2013

    In the park there is a nice little restaurant serving home-cooked food, and French Fries and Hot-Dogs for the kids.

  • Food | Germany > Sankt Blasien
    Updated at May 22,2013

    There are a lot of very nice cafés in St. Blasien, and in front of the Basilica there is a very good restaurant, located in the Dom-Hotel. We had “Hirsh Stew” with berries (deer meat), which was a real delicacy.

  • Food | Germany > Freiburg
    Updated at May 22,2013

    In the Cathedral square you can buy the famous Bratwurst mit Brötchen (Bratwurst in a bun) or Currywurst. The price is only 2.2€, and it’s an authentic (and delicious) lunch. We recommend strongly trying Mayer’s Bratwurst stand.

  • Food
    Updated at May 23,2013

    On many days we just bought some food from the local grocery store. We then stopped somewhere, pull a blanket and have our lunch in the nature. 

    Beer: this is Germany so you can't go wrong. Many local home made bear, many bear gardens. Heaven for the bear lovers.