Hotel Brunnenhof

Pfaffenbrunnenstr. 125, Hanau, Hesse, 63456, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Pfaffenbrunnenstr. 125, Hanau.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Brunnenhof Hanau

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Travel Blogs from Hanau

Ghent to Frankfurt

A travel blog entry by kelesept on Aug 10, 2014

4 photos

Long day of travelling today. Set off around 10. Travelled thru Belgium & the Netherlands before arriving in Germany. Only 3 stops required ('mum I need a wee, dad I need a poo, We're HUNGRY!!'). Went out for tea at the campsite across the roads' restaurant and got soaked in a thunder storm. Looking forward to a busy day at Playmobile land tomorrow. Fingers crossed for better weather ����☀ ...

A Grand Day Out

A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Aug 09, 2014

20 photos

... old rebuilt part of Frankfurt. The city was pretty much obliterated during the Second World War and to find any old remnants of what it might have been like was definitely a surprise! Steffie told me that the square is also where they had the 2006 World Cup reception, which would have been packed!

From there it was a short walk to the Main River, where there are plenty of tourist boats ready to take you for a ride. We paused briefly on the Eiserner Steg, a ...

Frankfurt

A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Aug 08, 2014

8 photos

... start would be to follow it at enjoy the view.
I am now in Holland for a short time to see some friends after first collecting my motorcycle which again has been excellently prepared by my friend Rob.
Now..... which direction...North, East, South or West? The best thing is not to plan too much and let the weather forecast be one of the deciding factors.

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Frankfurt and Beyond

A travel blog entry by austex on Oct 13, 2011

2 comments, 12 photos

... is lovely though. The buildings a mix of older ttraditional houses and more modern blocky ones. The trees are lovely and some are just starting to turn for Autumn. We also saw these curious group gardens in many cities along the rails. A group of small sheds or cottages each with their own small plot of land. Apparently (thanks to google) they are a holdover from the world war 2 ...

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 ...