Hotel Avisa

Am Stadtgarten 5, Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg, 76137, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Karlsruhe

DIE on Dienstag

A travel blog entry by danielpinno

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... a new job, I wasn't performing my best. It is the first time in my life that I have been told, "Daniel you are a very serious person and because you are a bit older than everyone else at the front desk, I am not sure that you would fit into our team!" Definitely not the best advice I have ever received!

So after that news on Wednesday it was back to the drawing board trying to figure out if I could even stay in the country. Without ...

The Bis-Whiz

A travel blog entry by danielpinno

... whether Germany would have been reunited in 1990. Instead the Allies decided to supply West Berlin with an air bridge. They flew supplies in from West Germany to the Berlin island and at one point there was a plane taking off every 4 minutes! Thankfully the Russians allowed the air corridors over East Germany to Berlin to stay open. Eventually the blockade ended after 10 months, but Berlin would take another 40 years to reunite.

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Tourist days and party nights

A travel blog entry by larissajcroom

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... you feel comfortable with matching, but also somewhat difficult as several of the cards were completely lost on us Aussies. Somehow though I managed to do okay, scraping up a few wins whilst turning a few shades of red..

Neck Minute, our touristy Monday transformed into a few bottles of wine, beer pong (McVittie and I were champs again!!) and Drunk Along Sing Alongs to Mumford and Sons Live at Red Rocks, somewhat of a tradition in that house it seemed.


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Day 8: Heidelberg Sunday 14th December 2013

A travel blog entry by laurenrow

Today we took a trip to the small but beautiful town of Heidelberg, most well known for its castle. We had lunch in a German restaurant, where I had cordon bleu. After lunch we took a long walk up to the castle. Although partly destroyed it was still beautiful, we went on a guided tour through the castle and saw many wonderful sites, especially the gardens where we had a wonderful view over the ...

O.M.G

A travel blog entry by paul-kirstydale

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... There was a tram stop almost outside the hotel so we hopped on as we were just outside the main town itself. Karlsruhe was rather pretty and we found A nice bar for tea.

After tea we sat outside the bar and had a few drinks. Paul went to order the one for the road and bought me a bacardi and lemonade. Bless bim it ...

 

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