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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    Hi there segun_coco.kokoku

    A travel blog entry by segun_coco on Mar 06, 2015

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    Time to prepare for the long flight home

    A travel blog entry by antheamac on Feb 26, 2015

    ... had been shared with all the passengers. Just starting to settle and yes, yet another call for a medical person, poor Anthea leaves her seat to attend, but not reqired again. Mac is not sure if it is he that brings this on as it is only with him it appears to happen. But on the other hand Anthea is always the first up.

    We finally sleep and knowing we will be awake again soon for our transit in to ...

    Travelling day...

    A travel blog entry by nayandal on Apr 03, 2012

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    ... here i was hoping it wasn't cause i left my coat in Sri Lanka ...hmmm Oh well. Marie was there and we drove to her place and met her family, awesome people and cute dog Paula (prounounced Paa-Owl-la, but Al cant get that) so funny. We have a great first night, yummy dinner and my rusty german is slowly coming back. Gonna have a lazy day tomorrow, begin planning our to do list and do our laundry cause we have almost no clothes!!! lol happy travelling though love you all. ...

    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 ...

    Quick layover in Frankfurt

    A travel blog entry by kateb75 on Mar 07, 2011

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    ... Frankfurt was an easy city to navigate, didn't really touch the surface of it in the few hours that we were there, but I could tell that it would not be one of my favorite German cities in that short time that we were there.

    We got back to the airport and hung out there for awhile. Our plane came on time and it was huge! First time that I have been on a double decker before. It was a Luftansa flight and the ...