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

    Mini-visit to Frankfurt

    A travel blog entry by jefehenk on Jan 30, 2015

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... Shopping area and first thing we saw was a Starbucks. So for a bit we're chillin' in a cafe. Last time I was in Deutschland was 2005. It's different to be out of the office AND out of familiar surroundings and culture. I can't say I hate it. Feels ...

    Shortest Train-Ride Ever!

    A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Jan 26, 2015

    17 photos

    ... great expense. As I walked to Detlef's apartment I passed a pretty large brewery called Pfungstädter. It seems like every city has its own beer! The city isn't far away from castle ruins Frankenstein, inspiration for the book. Detlef also told me that the town has a store with one of Germany's largest selection of beer as well!

    http://pfungstaedter.de/

    Detlef is about 70 ...

    Protests, Churches and Exotic Beer in Frankfurt

    A travel blog entry by keviimis on Oct 22, 2011

    16 photos

    ... first bottle I looked at was a very fancy looking bottle of Cognac, priced at a measly 1500 Euros. It came in a simple diamond covered bottle. In case that is too cheap for your tastes, they also sell a 1900 Euro bottle of Cognac, though it lacked diamonds on the bottle. Other than this part of the store it was a pretty average Kaufhaus, with floors upon floors of clothes and toys. Eventually I left to go check out more of the town. ...

    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 ...