Hotel Austria

Address: Kaiserstrasse 20, Mainz, Rhineland-Palatinate, 55122, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mainz

Frankfurt- Week 16

A travel blog entry by imdbling on Jan 03, 2015

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Our dinner was also PHENOMENAL. I had never seen or heard of Raclette before, but it's a do-it-yourself style dinner where you put anything you want on a miniature pan and cook it underneath a small stove until the cheese fully melts onto everything you want it to. I was in heaven it was so good. The night also consisted of christmas carols (in German of course) and some dice/card games, some German which I learned, and some American games which I got to teach ...

Berlin

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

... of the fun if you accept it. Anyway we just cross the road and are in the station in no time, check times and sit with a coffee, Frankfurt main is a big rail station and today is busy. Anyway I needed to go and get a sim sorted so I have Internet, can't travel like this without it, bookings changes etc all need it. The little phone shop ended up sorting a sim for my Ipad, too long to explain the fun with sims, suffice to say ...

Travelling to Mainz and then to Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by philncindy on Oct 11, 2014

... places, it has its own personality due to the beautiful countryside and its surrounding old towns. This is apparently a place that the Indian tourists like to visit, and there is a restaurant here which sells Indian food as a result. While there, a bus pulled up and a full compliment of Indian tourists disgorged to see the falls. There is a barge which takes you right up to the falls, kind of like at Niagara falls on a much smaller scale. We didn't do it but ...

Cruising the Rhine- Mainz to St Goar

A travel blog entry by lalviano on Sep 03, 2013

2 comments, 4 photos

... the famous Lorely rock- not that exciting and eventually got off at St Goar.

Phil climbed up to the Rumfeils castle and wandered through the battlements, imagining the people with their cross bows here hundreds of years ago. The views from the top were spectacular, looking down the Rhine at other castles and the grape vines planted on what must be 30 degree slopes. The OHS people in Australia would have a field day. They must have to rig the ...

Today is my German 1 month anniversary <3

A travel blog entry by renblach on Sep 03, 2012

... or in stores, and apparently it isn't normal. Maybe I look nice and approachable or something. She also is trying to convince me that not every German I will ever meet will be rude to me. So far, I'm having troubles believing her, but it's people like her that give me hope. Anyways, we danced and drank til the night buses started to run, so it was really a great time.

I have been on the job hunt lately-- because although I'm not in the US, ...