City Partner Hotel Berliner Hof
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews City Partner Hotel Berliner Hof Karlsruhe
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... There were a lot of stops along the way with scenic overlooks, hiking spots and restaurants. We had a German lunch of bread and sausage at the cafe next to Lake Mummelsee, and did a short 2 km hike on a trail leading to a waterfall. We got some really beautiful pictures, and thoroughly enjoyed seeing some ...
The second stop into the Black Forest region was the Maulbronn Abbey, a Monastery built sometime in the 1300s. The pamphlet we got mentioned it was over 800 years old, but I'm getting confused as some components were a little younger than that, like 600 years old. In any case, it was incredible. They had some descriptions of the masonry that was done to construct it. I just can't imagine the hard work ...
We left Heidelberg this morning with a cloudy sky. The hotel we stayed in had a nice European breakfast and it made it convenient prior to checking out. We had arrangements to meet Christoph, a guide that met my cousin last year, and as a hobby, is interested in the history of the citizens of Karlsruhe, where my Father grew up. Christoph's great Grandparents were very close to my Grandmother's sister and he therefore had more firsthand knowledge of ...
... Alstadtfest which is a street party in Durlach, which is just outside of Karlsruhe. There we ate something and met up with some om Pauls roommates. We listened to a few live bands that were performing on little stages that had been set up on the side of the road. On Sunday Bee, Becci, Michi and I took the tram to the DM Arena where we went to the ...
... the arena was. Its design is interesting because to enter the massive seating area, you had to walk through the stage. Another interesting thing I saw was that it looked like a couple of the rows were extra wide, possibly for the handicapped. Though most handicapped people were treated as less than human, wounded soldiers were typically treated with heroic status, and thus would have likely been invited to Nazi gatherings. Although ...