Hotel Blankenburg

Kriegsstr 90, Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg, 76133, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Karlsruhe

Day trip through the Black Forest in Germany

A travel blog entry by krself

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... small shop that read, "Original Black Forest Cuckoo clocks"! Of course Doug bought two, cause one wasn't enough :-)

Moving on to our next stop we found our way to the Autobahn. (or death road). There is no speed limit and Doug is in heaven. More than once he has wished he had the vette. We sailed along at about 110mph and cars were passing us! We had a 2 drive to our next destination.

Next stop: Bacharach, ...

Baden Baden, Germany

A travel blog entry by krself

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... We soaked in the mineral rich hot springs and got a massage. There are some famous nude thermal bath spas here but after much contemplation, we choose one where suits are encouraged. It was very relaxing. We had dinner that night at a restaurant called Lowenbrau. It was a small place with great German food and beer. The Vienna schnitzel was the best we had in ...

Making the Most of our Time in Germany

A travel blog entry by michi40

... try everything. In Colmar I had a crepe with Nutella, and in our hotel I had wildschwein, or wild boar. This is a dangerous habit – trying everything that’s new and delicious!

For our longer term stay we need a car, so we bought a small Opel Corsa with a back door and folding rear seats that give us enough room for the suitcases, but is small enough to be good on gas. When we leave Europe, ...

Freiburg Day Four - Baden Baden

A travel blog entry by lafite

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... is that taxis are mostly Mercedes Benz E Class Saloons. It is quite hard to believe that a car which would cost about 90k back home is used widely as a taxi here! 18 euros later we arrived at our destination which was the Caracalla Mineral Baths. Here there were two things for is to do. The first was the ruins of the Roman Baths which are below the current street level. The Ruins date back to 100AD! I must say that this was the most stupid exhibition I have ever ...

My first European Trip

A travel blog entry by nashira2116

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The first day Liam and I arrived in Amsterdam at 6:00 and had a very clear straight run through Immigration and Customs. Daryl met us and yes - my phone worked with the Austpost Travelsim card. We had a very long flight behind us, it was now a memory. We went on the hotel bus to the Ibis and left our bags in security and caught the bus back to the airport. We then got return tickets to Amsterdam Central Station. We wanted to go on ...

       

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