Akademie Hotel Badischer Volksbanken und Raiffeisenbanken

Am Ruppurrer Schloss 40, Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg, 76199, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Karlsruhe

Strassburg, France

A travel blog entry by denisewills on Sep 06, 2014

1 comment, 34 photos

We had to wait a little later for breakfast today because it was Saturday and the baker comes a little latter. Because it's Saturday there were more roll choices including croissant with chocolate. Lothar took us to Strassburg, France today. We walked around the city, looked at the cathedral and took a boat ride on the Neckar. It was a warm day. The pictures will tell the ...

Heidelberg

A travel blog entry by hlodor on Sep 05, 2014

7 photos

... up the hill, there are many ruins and historical locations. Thingstatte is an old Nazi amphitheatre, Michaelskloster is an old monastery dating back to almost 1000 years ago. It was amazing how much of it is still left standing. Including 2 towers that you can go up in. Heidelberg was probably my favorite city I have been to in Germany so far. ...

Re-do

A travel blog entry by denisewills on Sep 05, 2014

17 photos

... Schweigen which is right next to France at the beginning if the Wein Strasse. We went to Illsa and her husband's wine cellar and restaurant. We each had a different Rhein Phalz special. i had sau Magen, which is a sausage like meat from a cow's stomach and Stefani ate Leber Nudel which is a liver ball. Sounds gross when you think about it but was quite tasty when you didn't know what you where ...

Holiday today

A travel blog entry by denisewills on Sep 04, 2014

46 photos

... in Ludwigshafen. Rita had a beautiful pear cake made for us and the table was set. We had coffee and cake plus champagne. We talked awhile and then looked at their house. When we came back to the kitchen there were sandwiches waiting for us. We started eating again. After that we tried new wine. This is wine that is just started the fermenting process and is not clear yet. I didn't care for it, which caused them to bring out a good ...

2 days of Christmas!

A travel blog entry by upthecreek on Dec 25, 2013

3 comments, 15 photos

Now Christmas in Germany is a bit different to back home. Shops close around midday Christmas Eve and Christmas Eve is the main day when families exchange presents. If you are religious then you will also attend a mass on the 24th. We heard the bells chiming away at 9:50pm calling people to the "midnight" mass. The 25th is usually the day for having a family meal. Conny and Berni celebrate by combining the meal and present giving all on the 24th. So at 6:50am on Xmas Eve, Ric ...

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