Hotel Am Bahnhof

Bahnhofplatz 8, Aachen, North Rhine-Westphalia, 52064, Germany | Hotel
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On the move in the Netherlands

A travel blog entry by devos


... concert the cafe's and the trees lining the streets were still the same,it was very interesting to walk thru the plain and see the old church ,and gov house,and all the old buildings in the surroundings of the plain.We sat an had Apple pie with cream and Rien had a beer ,we sat and watched the people walk by,it then started to rain and everyone ran into the shop to buy umbrellas ,even we had to buy one,then the sun came out ,just a little shower!!,,,.,we walked thru ...

It's a start...

A travel blog entry by jcontheroad


... traffic lanes. You have to do that because after that you get to speak to a human who will realise that you don't have a Flexiplus ticket.....
Today I leant that they have changed the machines so that they reject you if you don't have the right ticket...queue mild bollocking from a otherwise very pleasant lady...she still let me through though!
Stayed on the A roads to a town/village called Monschau, the weather ...

Aachen - So "Bad", It's Good

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey


Here in Belgium (and in other parts of Western Europe), November 1 is a holiday, which meant that I finally had a long weekend. Other people planned trips to London and Paris, but I couldn't make up my mind about what to do, and then the opportunity came up to take part in a celebration in Knokke on Sunday, so I opted for a day trip. After comparing prices of trains, I settled on a return to Germany to visit the town of Aachen (also known as ...

Where borders meet!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree


... people talk on a train...they look anywhere except at who is next to them. Same in a lift...look at the numbers of the floors...for heavens sake don't look at the guy or gal standing next to you...way too embarrassing! So you see, not that easy a task. What they did was offer a free fare to anyone who was prepared to stand up for 10 minutes and talk about something interesting, something inspirational. Between Amsterdam and Maastricht, there is time for 7 ...

Gawkin' at Aachen Two

A travel blog entry by linda.pestes.7


... and charming. The next big attraction we visited was the Aachen Town Hall. Charlemagne started building this favourite palace in 789, and, after his coronation in Rome in 800, it became his permanent seat of residence. He made Aachen, for a time the most influential center of culture in Europe. Scholars from all over Europe gathered here. I doubt I would have been invited.
A town fire in 1656 ...


This hotel, located on Bahnhofplatz 8, Aachen, is near Carolus Thermen Bad Aachen, Rathaus Aachen, Christmas Market, and Couven Museum.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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