Hoepfner Burghof

Address: Inhaber Waldemar Fretz, Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg, 76131, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Karlsruhe

Black Forest

A travel blog entry by foodsmith on Aug 02, 2015

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... check in yesterday we were given a Tourist card that gives you unlimited free use of public transport in the Black Forest, so we used the bus instead of bikes to get the 6km or so to a one of the largest Toboggan runs in Germany at Poppintal. It was 30+ degrees so makes sense.

We all thought although longer the last toboggan run we did was better, this one was rickety and you had to carry your own cart, it also pulled ...

Bis-Whiz Busy

A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Jul 31, 2015

... I have learnt about it and from it.

What Hiking Means To Me
It is hard to say what that actually is. I have never had a lot of money or friends, who do organised sport, so hiking was a way to do something active, get a feeling of accomplishment and travel without spending much or having to do it with others. For sure hiking is more enjoyable with other people, so here are my top lessons.


Farewell to the Rhine

A travel blog entry by foodsmith on Jul 26, 2015

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... all traditional German butchers and high street grocers. Only the bakeries survive.

We move on to LEGOLAND tomorrow, Evan is very excited and even went to bed early. We will drive around two hours East away from the Rhine and onto the Danube, the most Easterly we will be of the entire trip, at that point we will be about 100 miles from the Austrian border. One day we will return to this site and visit Karlshule in better ...

Relaxing and Eating Pizza

A travel blog entry by vegi_table on Sep 01, 2013

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... t so common in big German cities nowadays.

After lots of exploring we made our way to the pizza place that served the vegan pizzas – Kai’s Pizza. It was in an amazing building in the middle of busy traffic like a little island or boat, upstairs and across a bridge. I can’t imagine what the building used to be, but it is a pretty cool pizza place now. There was a whole vegan section of the menu and there seem to be some pretty good ...

Wine vallages and a mayday festival.

A travel blog entry by i_could_walk on May 01, 2013

... had a jacket that stank of BO. Also the lack of baggage and that he appeared not to be using the provided linen started the warning signs in my head from the nightmare experience with a violent paranoid in Sweden. So fitful sleep and no actual problem.

It was a bit chilly crossing the plateau; the huge wind farms hinting at the reason which became powerfully obvious. The plan was to head to a hostel because I wanted a shower and at ...