Crowne Plaza Wiesbaden
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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An awesome morning, went by train (Thomas the tank engine style) into town to the musical cabinet museum, amazing old musical instruments the best was a piano with 6 attached violins, tiny musical box with a singing bird. Moved onto the Ruedesheimer Schloss hotel for the local coffee delicacy. This was sugar, brandy, coffee & cream, yummy!!!
Ruedesheim has 10,500 residents with up to 3 million visitors, 288ha of vineyards. Went by cable ...
Glimpse of Europe (Trafalgar) Get acquainted with the elegant landmarks and picturesque scenery of Amsterdam, the Rhine Valley, Lucerne and Paris. Discover fun and friendly Amsterdam with its beautiful canals. Admire the scenic Black forest as you travel through to the spectacular Rhine Falls. Stroll through Lucerne's medieval old town nestled in ...
... Next I fought a vending machine at the train station. Damn it I wanted that peanut bar! Got on another train and decided not to go to Bacharach. Afterall, there really wasn't much I wanted to do there. That was just going to be my point A - crash spot and place for renting a bike. I watched all the castles go by from the train and got off in Mainz. I walked to a church and then down to the river to take ...
I got to Lori's mid-morning, and we had a great lunch at a Thai restaurant in downtown Wiesbaden. After that we went to Delaney's dance recital, which was adorable! I was so thankful that they allowed me join their activities for the day! They were great hosts, and made me feel very welcome! Sunday morning we woke up and had pancakes for breakfast before heading off to ...
... time we got off. We passed several castles - the Rochus Kapelle, Burg Reichenstein and the Burg Sonneck.
When we got off we headed to Drosselgasse. This is a very popular narrow and cobbled street that is full of shops and music. It was a cute street, and is very popular with visitors from all over Europe.
We then headed up to the German monument that was built in 1871. The monument was constructed ...