Altstadt Hotel

Address: St. Anna Gasse 9, Heidelberg, Baden-Württemberg, 69117, Germany | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on St. Anna Gasse 9, Heidelberg, is near Market Square (Marktplatz), King's Throne (Konigstuhl), Deutsches Verpackungs Museum, and Freudenhaus.
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Travel Blogs from Heidelberg

Plankers!

A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Nov 09, 2014

12 photos

... chemical factory on the outskirts. The heat from the resulting fire was so hot that it melted the surrounding cars! Considering the size of the explosion, it was amazing that only the one gas worker died.

http://www.n-tv.de/panorama/Toter-bei-E xplosion-in-Ludwigshafen-article1383416 1.html

We missed our turnoff and because it was an overhead highway, we ended up having to drive through Oggersheim to get ...

Carl Benz Museum

A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Nov 01, 2014

27 photos

... first towards Neckarhausen and then over the railway bridge to Ladenburg. There are three ways to get to Ladenburg: car ferry, railway bridge or if you like you can drive all the way around through Seckenheim, Ilvesheim and back again. Rivers make great natural barriers and it isn't hard to see why they are sometimes political-geographical barriers too.

The reason why I hesitated so long is because we have now done ...

Heidelberg

A travel blog entry by kansonthego on Oct 29, 2014

7 photos

... to that it was not the case. We visited the Heidelberg Castle which sits on top of the city, and you can see the town below. There are no furniture left. Only empty castle and some of the areas are just facades. In the Heidelberg Castle you can see the biggest wine barrel in the world. In the olden days, the townspeople had to pay taxes, and if they could not pay money, ...

Visitors arrive from the East and West

A travel blog entry by travelink on Oct 25, 2014

1 comment, 72 photos

... of women awaiting the train. It was very pleasant as we were outside the covered portion of the terminal and it was sunny. Although the online schedule, the main terminal schedule board and the Track 6 overhead signage all indicated this train was departing for Mannheim from this track, there was an announcement over the trackside loudspeaker 30 minutes prior to the scheduled departure indicating that the train would instead be departing today from Track 8. One could hear the sounds ...

Typical German Tourist

A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Jul 04, 2014

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Of course Germans travel by car or by plane, which has radically changed since the 1950s when most people travelled by train. Back then Austria and Italy were big travel destinations and Germans liked trying the exotic foods like pizza and pasta or eating broccoli and zucchini! It's hard to imagine that these types of foods were once foreign because we have a very international selection of restaurants these days.

There aren't ...