Doerenkamp Hotel

Stresemannstrasse 25, Düsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, 40210, Germany | Hotel
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Cologne - the origins of 4711!

A travel blog entry by beco70

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... scenery. Oberwesel itself was a cute little village surrounded by old rock walls. We enjoyed coffee, hot chocolates and cakes for about 10 Euro in total.

Off to Heidelberg for lunch and free time. We all really enjoyed this town with its beautiful baroque old town by the river and the huge Schloss castle overlooking the town. We quickly walked up the hill to see the half-ruined castle before enjoying some schnitzel and beer ...

Altstadt

A travel blog entry by djmitchos

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... my shirt. After paying like 6 bucks for a pint of beer, that was enough for me haha. I went and found a little alley with a cool German restaurant. I had some random meat dish it was pretty good, but still expensive. I just have to stop comparing prices to Poland. After that expensive afternoon I lived off bratwurst sausages and bottled beer from the kiosks for the remainder of the trip. The ferries on the Rhine are so funny when they try and turn around, the ...

Alaaf!!

A travel blog entry by caylameinert

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... beer hat (which you can see in pictures), became the most wanted accessory. My hat was stolen, played with, prodded, or pulled over my eyes more times than I could even count... For my lack of costume, I definitely made up for it with the hat.

The next morning we arose bright and early to celebrate the real festivities (the RosenMontag Parade). From what we read online and knew from parades in the US, we thought we would have to get to the prime location hours before ...

Celebrating the Beginning of Lent the Right Way

A travel blog entry by jamesupdike

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Carnival is huge in this part of Europe - well all over Europe for that matter. In Maastricht, Carnival appeals to a slightly older crowd. Here, it's much more about the tradition of the celebration. It starts on Sunday, with a parade from the train station into the main square, the Vrijthof, at 10:33. Why that specific of a time, I have no idea. In the Vrijthof, a very large, wooden woman is hoisted above the crowd and left there for the ...

Saying goodbye is always hard

A travel blog entry by crissy.huberts

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... friends, to go anywhere...where I only know 1 person? Was it really worth it? Of course Crissy! No doubt about that! You wanted it, explore the world around you...as long I was young I promised myself to go to New Zealand and visit Sanne Kleven, my friend from Holland who moved eight years ago to New Zealand! Yes I was damn sure about ...

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This hotel, located in the Stadtbezirke 01 area of Düsseldorf, is near Konigsallee, Heinemann Confiserie, Bambi, and Berliner Allee.
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