Deutscher Kaiser

Muehltalstrasse 41, Heidelberg, Baden-Württemberg, 69121, Germany | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Muehltalstrasse 41, Heidelberg, is near Philosophers' Way (Philosophenweg), Thingstatte, Heiligenberg, and Michaelskloster.
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    Travel Blogs from Heidelberg

    Interesting Archive Experience

    A travel blog entry by travelink on Sep 06, 2014

    33 photos

    ... I noted on Thursday that the Google search home page in Germany had a commemoration logo for the 25th anniversary of the first Montagsdemonstration in Leipzig. It was these demonstrations that spread to other parts of then East Germany that eventually led to the fall of the Berlin wall later in the year. There will obviously be numerous commemorations of these events in the coming several months—not only in Leipzig (where there is a major event planned), but also in other cities ...

    Heidelberg

    A travel blog entry by hlodor on Sep 05, 2014

    7 photos

    ... up the hill, there are many ruins and historical locations. Thingstatte is an old Nazi amphitheatre, Michaelskloster is an old monastery dating back to almost 1000 years ago. It was amazing how much of it is still left standing. Including 2 towers that you can go up in. Heidelberg was probably my favorite city I have been to in Germany so far. ...

    Germany Manneheim to Munich/Austria Innsbruck

    A travel blog entry by diarter on Sep 04, 2014

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    We expect to be in Munich by lunch time and then through the Alps to Austria and Innsbruck. We stopped for a comfort stop and to refuel the coach. Australia invented the first push button toilet, Germans have a more advanced technology. Women on tour were video recording the toilets yesterday and today. When ready to flush, you wave your hand over this sensor, a piece juts out like a crane, ...

    Dusty Books

    A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Aug 28, 2014

    19 photos

    ... or an old box computer. This DDC system is a series of numbers corresponding to the particular subject. I used to love going into the 600s and looking for aeroplanes (629) or World War Two history. Every book would have a card in the back that you would need to get stamped with the date, when it was due. This has definitely been replaced these days with barcode scanners. The Uni Bib uses a year classification, so they ...

    Train Bound for No Where

    A travel blog entry by rubymwhittaker on Jun 07, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

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    of repair. We went to the Cellar. Check out the size of the Kegs…. After the castle, we went down to the square
    area. It was all a bustle with people out enjoying the evening. We had a bite
    to eat and then headed back to Frankfurt. Home by 9.50 pm. Still daylight of
    course! Ready for a good nights sleep. On to Rothenburg, Germany tomorrow.




    Denice & Ruby

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