Hotel Am Lerchenberg

Address: Hindemithstrasse 5, Mainz, Rhineland-Palatinate, 55127, Germany | Hotel
 
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    A travel blog entry by nomadkids on Jul 11, 2015

    ... same mixed feelings as when we were about to leave. A little impatient, a little sad, a little emotional and very happy.
    * We hope the girls will remember a few moments, feelings, smells or tastes. * We think they've grown and learned a lot. They gain a few English words, a passion for wild animals, nighttrains and strange food, some strange habits they'll have to lose ... But above all an even bigger curiosity ...

    The eagle had landed

    A travel blog entry by lspanier on Jul 08, 2015

    ... hitting the tourists. We arrive at our hotel and our adorable porter, Marco, checks us in and shows us how to work the actual turn of the century lift...up to our room. We snack on gorgeous cheese and prosciutto Cliffy and Sandy have gracious provided for us...then we are off to see the city. What a city it is! Full of the historic fountains, buildings and performers throughout the night, flame throwers, harpists and mimes. The people ...

    Castles Along the Rhine

    A travel blog entry by cjbishop on Jun 04, 2015

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    ... them, what intrigue occurred in them, etc. I was surprised that a castle was located every few miles, but I guess given the mode of transportation in olden days it should not be surprising they are so close together. By the time we reached the Mosel River late in the day we passed several dozen castles lining both sides of the Rhine river.

    We stopped mid-day at a very, very quaint town called Boppard. At first we ...

    Travelling to Mainz and then to Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by philncindy on Oct 11, 2014

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    ... and have living quarters and most of them carry cars onboard. On our way out of Germany we deliberately went through several small towns. Many of the houses are very old and the old timbers which criss cross the facades of the buildings are warped and swayed as a result of time, weather, and gravity. They are still occupied, but I'm sure the occupants must have to make some allowances for the uneven floors and walls inside. On to Amsterdam and our final two ...

    End of a journey by team Ormiston Australia

    A travel blog entry by sandemac on Sep 29, 2013

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    We had a tough ride today because of strong head winds. We rode 60 Kilometers through magnificent picturesque postcard scenery. Quaint villages were come upon every 10 Kilometers or so. The apple trees, corn, cabbages, have given way to pumpkins potatoes, onions and grapes. The grapes grow up the hillside and look really impressive. The vines are full of juicy grapes ready to eat. We saw 2 little deer eating grass between the rows of vines. We ...