Der Europaeischer Hof Heidelberg
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Der Europaeischer Hof Heidelberg
Travel Blogs from Heidelberg
... So we ended up way off the proper bike path, only getting back to it after another long deviation in completely the wrong direction. There were quite a few hills, so we were pretty tired by the time we reached our campsite at Bruchsal, on the way to Heidleburg.. Did not take any photos due to getting lost, etc. No wifi at Bad Liebenzell, so sent the last entries from McDonalds who always have free ...
... here (via a jawbone) - determined to have died some 500,000 years ago and not to have brushed - or flossed - to any great extent: the earliest evidence of life in Europe. Modern Heidelberg, skipping forward many generations, can trace its origins to a 12th Century monastery - the Shonau Abbey. And then, in 1386, Heidelberg University was founded by Rupert the First, who had the grand title of "Elector, Palatine". (I want that title - how do I get it?!)
After 2 hours of talking economics and the vices of capitalism, Steffie was pretty happy to reach the Teufelskanzel and get a view down the valley to our eventual destination. We walked further along the side of the hill and then back down the river through a gully. This hike certainly had a lot of different scenery. You think of the Odenwald as being just a forest, but you have ...
... quality standards, but in Europe it is more about hotel stars. The more stars a hotel has the more you can expect to pay and receive in return. Most hotels also offer breakfast included. It is standard that the front desk speaks German and English, even if it isn't perfect.
I read in my hotel marketing book that guests have different ideas (Vorstellungen) when it comes to satisfaction and expectations. You expect in Europe a room that ...
... covered hills was exciting. We stopped at a quaint, walled community called, Village Cigogne d'Alsace for lunch and wine tasting. The village was beautiful as were the people and the wine. There was less English spoken, thus more Inspector Clouseau moments, but other than that it was great fun. We enjoyed lunch at a restaurant that once served as a ...