Hotel Markgräfler Hof

Address: Rudolfstrasse 31 , Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg, 76131, Germany | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Karlsruhe

New Year's Eve in Heidelberg!

A travel blog entry by rmcaglia on Dec 31, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

Cruise down Rhine Castles Soup and ice cream Naked lady statue Lorely Beautiful cliffs Natural barrier during world war 2 Movie a bridge too far Anthony Hopkins Hotel is in Mannheim Dinner white swan and shopping in Heidelberg Fireworks in the streets. The good kind Great souvenir shop with German quality made ...

Fit philosophers

A travel blog entry by katierobinson on Dec 19, 2014

50 photos

... have been pretty fit philosophers because it was a steep trek! Lots of stairs and slippery cobblestone covered the switchback path up the first quarter of the mountain. From the top of that walk we eventually chose random paths to get us to the top where some cool ruins were. The signage on the paths were good, except that they were in German. Absolutely no English anywhere on this mountain. So, we randomly chose left or right when we got to a fork in the road. ...

We might need to learn some German phrases

A travel blog entry by katierobinson on Dec 18, 2014

34 photos

We finished up our last night in Brugge strong, and went to a small free harp concert that we saw advertised on a random poster on a rock wall lining a courtyard. A free concert is, as Jonathan says, more than anyone else is going to give us, so why not give it a shot. It ended up being one of the neatest experiences of the trip so far! It was actually inside a side room of one of the museums. There were probably 40 chairs set up, with the front ...

Relaxing and Eating Pizza

A travel blog entry by vegi_table on Sep 01, 2013

29 photos

... and fountains at the front, with buildings leading off that reminded me of Bath in the UK because they were rounded and a similar terrace type of look. At the back of the castle is a huge parklands with woods and grassy areas. Very green and very beautiful. I felt there really was a lot to see and enjoy there, and the atmosphere was really nice and peaceful. I think also it seemed to be a very clean and less impacted by the world place – something that ...

Wine vallages and a mayday festival.

A travel blog entry by i_could_walk on May 01, 2013

Well what promised to be a nice day started out misty and on the verge of spots of rain. The rough plan was to continue down the Rhine but cut off the corner by Mainz and rejoin it further down. The effect was to go up and out of the immediate valley and into the heart of wine country. Lots of pretty wine themed villages. I later realised that mayday was a public holiday of some significance here.

Anyway last night one other ...