Hofgarten Apartments

Address: Wuerzburger Strasse 46, Aschaffenburg, Bavaria, 63739, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Wuerzburger Strasse 46, Aschaffenburg.
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Travel Blogs from Aschaffenburg

Frankfurt- Week 16

A travel blog entry by imdbling on Jan 03, 2015

32 photos

... and sister, but since I was a little early I checked out the Galeria mall which was right next door, and advertised a terrace lounge on the top floor. It had a really great view of the city skyline and it definitely was a good end to my experience in the city of Frankfurt.

I forgot to mention that I had been warned on this day to not eat too much after breakfast, because we were having an especially big dinner. Simon and I met some of his buddies at a nearby Schnitzelhaus ...


A travel blog entry by phil.w on Dec 28, 2014

... and has some sort of Turkish phone company who offer it, but hey 29 euros for the month ! I will no doubt find out why later :) The trip to Berlin was about 5 hours through a white winter wonderland, Germany looks so pretty in the snow, as we got nearer to Berlin the snow got thicker. Held up and running late into Berlin we had arranged with the owner of an apartment to call or text if running late as she would meet us to give ...

Stranded in Strasburg

A travel blog entry by jcleiker3 on Jun 18, 2013

5 photos

... rebuilt and moved on. Unlike Berlin and Munich, there is very little historical evidence that a fierce battle ever occurred here. When talking with local citizen we were able to find out much information. We were able to tour a castle from the Holy Roman Empire that the Germans had claimed . We could not get any affirmation if this is where General Lambert had ran his battle from. Beside that, the only other thing we ...

Great train trip back to Frankfurt en route NYC

A travel blog entry by lozsue2013 on May 21, 2013

13 photos

... br>
I spoke to early, we have just pulled into Fulda and it has started to rain. Fulda is a major town/city and extends for a long way each side of the train station. I notice a lot of industry and a very large paper recycling plant just on the outskirt of town. The train station has the longest platform I have seen on this trip and going by the large volume of commuters on the platforms I expect Fulda would have a reasonable population. ...

Pegasus Bridge and the Perils of Pesto

A travel blog entry by clarkfamilytrek on Jun 02, 2012

1 comment, 7 photos

... that pesto is made from pine nuts. I'm not sure whether Wes has ever eaten pesto before, and if so whether it was a weaker American version, but in any case the pesto on the little slice of flat-bread pizza included with this meal was enough to knock Wes flat. We gave him some Benadryl as soon as his throat started hurting, but by the time we reached our hotel in Germany he was in really bad shape. We almost used the epi pen, ...