Bebras Hessischer Hof

Kasseler Strasse 4, Bebra, Thuringia, 36179, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Kasseler Strasse 4, Bebra.
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    A travel blog entry by amyandlily on Aug 27, 2014

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    ... to find tomorrow nights stop, only to realise I've spent the day heading north of Nuremberg and not south towards Austria as I had hoped! What a divvy I feel. Still, the sun has been out for 2 whole days now, and I've had some time to sit and enjoy the weather today while the men sorted the brakes, so it can't be all bad. The drive was pretty cool too, through some hills lined with vineyards. Tomorrow I'll try again and head in the right direction! Wish you were here. ...

    Cute little toy train villages

    A travel blog entry by daz-marie on Aug 12, 2014

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    ... bank on either side where not only castles, little villages and fields of grape vines but they were set in green hilly terrains.

    Arriving in Boppard was impressionable as it was like the set of a minute toy train set. Awesome! The view from the top of the cable car was even more amazing, just like you were looking at a toy train set unbelievable. Another Christmas shop yeh!

    The journey begins

    A travel blog entry by moritz.keim on Aug 02, 2014

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    After our start in Mainz, Hannes and I had a long drive to Hamburg. We started quite slowly with a detour to Hannes' dad where he had forgotten a memory card. Next, we drove through a lot of villages before figuring out thatthe gps was set up to evade Autobahn whenever possible... d'oh! In Hamburg, we got to know a great Barkeeper just after arrival who have us some info about the City and seemed to like our random road trip idea. Then we sat and talked with Anne until late at ...

    The Day of the Train

    A travel blog entry by europe2014-gams on Jul 29, 2014

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    ... other side of the river and at night it is lit up with the town's lights. The river is used heavily with many industrial barges carrying goods. We had a traditional german dinner - the kid's pallets are growing. We had exactly the amount of money to pay for dinner and they don't take Visa. We have arranged for a taxi to take us back to Koblenz about 50 E at 4:45 am because we have to be on the only train of the day to Berlin at 5:47 am. Wake up call is for 4:00 ...

    When you leave the surth for the real north

    A travel blog entry by maria.gimenez3 on Oct 31, 2013

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    i love Christmas, and the snow, the trees, so when we talked about the possibility, of going to Germany in Christmas, i couldn't refuse it.
    All the Christmas markets, the hot wine, the chocolate with jagermeister, the red noise because of the cold, scarfs, winter boots, to be honest you dint need all that in salerno..

    But, i didn't expect that much cold, and that much rain so i wasn´t prepare...

    Today i will ...