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Weinfurtner Glasdorf, Arnbruck

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  • Weinfurtner is always crowded, especially on rainy days, when the coaches to dozens here go. Prices have gone in recent years more than evident in the height, so that even the visit to the "bargain basement" is no longer worthwhile. However, drag the visitors full shopping bags back in the parking lot, which suggests that the business is. The self-service restaurant is always full, however the atmosphere in the Middle JOSKA shopper like me personally in Bodenmais significantly better. An evening stroll through the Waliaula-garden, is however very nice because the whole complex is open after closing time and then you can certainly enjoy the atmosphere (for example after a dinner in an Arnbrucker Inn).
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  • Again and again when we come here, we can find here anything. even if we need anything. those looking for glass/porcelain find here all possible and impossible. highly recommended are also the cakes in the Café. rarely as tasty gegesen.
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  • Well sorted and slightly cheaper than ground corn. Here there are great bargains for glass and porcelain lovers. Also there is a very good Café.
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  • Nice food and glass sculptures.
  • We were with our country women in the village of glass and are all just thrilled. Well we liked the free screening at the glass-blowers.
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  • So beautiful! Best liked the glass makers at work to watch while we ate a yummy pork roasts and yeast dumplings on the Gallery :)
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  • Yeah already there are glass village-lots of glass in one, but it's totally expensive. When I was in the show workshop next to me sat a man who wanted to make a photo and the glass blowers told him in the worst way he should put down the camera... not even a "please" was in there...
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  • Worse than every mile duty free at the airport. In order to achieve the Gläsereiwerkstatt, one must fight their way through at least three crowded, reminiscent of remaining stock sale stores. Advertised as a tour experience is nothing more than a "consumption temples", overpriced, taste very arguable products are offered in the. Unfortunately not for a family outing on one day to recommend rainy.
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