Hotel Brunnenhof

Address: Pfaffenbrunnenstr. 125, Hanau, Hesse, 63456, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Pfaffenbrunnenstr. 125, Hanau.
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    Travel Blogs from Hanau

    I love mainz

    A travel blog entry by perry.gale on Apr 05, 2015

    tonight a small group of us , all took a walk into mainz central to try and find a bar ....
    the only bar we could find was pretty empty and had not athmosphere .
    so we decided to go for a walk further into town to try and find a new spot ..
    on the way I stopped a german girl . and I asked her where the is to go and have some ...

    In the Land of Schnitzel

    A travel blog entry by jamesbutrico on Mar 14, 2015

    ... bad. I am REALLY stiff from all that sitting though, and sitting seems to be the plan from now until we arrive in Lyon. I am going to love finally getting out, breathing some fresh air, and walking around the city. I was planning to get Euro at an ATM and maybe get some food, but the machine ate someone's card so I got paranoid and changed my mind. I'guess I'll just read and talk to my classmates until it's time to get on our connecting flight. I'll report back when I am in Lyon, ...

    Frankfurt - Airport only....

    A travel blog entry by jegibbs on Sep 05, 2012

    ... and then parks by the plane. The captain comes on board the bus to say that we will have to wait a further 5-10minutes to complete the clean up and re provisioning. Everyone has at least 6 pieces of luggage!!! Except me of course – keeping it simple works best for me! I get on early which is an absolute blessing as there are 2 sets of stairs on to the plane. Soooooooooooo people who boarded at the back had to get to the front and vice versa. From the ...

    Occupy Frankfurt

    A travel blog entry by keviimis on Oct 15, 2011

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    ... posed the important question of "where is the after party" in German and English. Unfortunately, no one seemed to know. Or maybe they just didn't want to invite me.
    The majority of the protesters were gathered in a huge circle listening to 3 people yell into a microphone. The sound quality was so bad, I don't think I could have understood them in English. We listened to them talk for about a half ...

    Last night in Hanau

    A travel blog entry by chelseacrown on Jun 14, 2011

    ... I have a rail pass. For Reece to take the train with me it would cost him 50 euro and we would take slow trains that would take 8 hours and involve changing about 5 times. I could have said that he should figure his own way up and I’d just take the fast train, but part of me has always wanted to hitchhike. I’ve seen tons of people in Europe on the roads doing it- it’s fairly common out here and safe. There’s even a website that tells you ...