Hotel Erbprinzenhof

Address: Erbprinzenstrasse 26, Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg, 76133, Germany | Hotel
 
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    Travel Blogs from Karlsruhe

    Day 11 Speyer to Gambshime

    A travel blog entry by tandemtales on Jul 07, 2015

    ... I got stung by a wasp (why are German wasps so aggressive??!) so we quickly carried on into the refreshing 37 degree heat... We waved 'aufidesan to Germany as We reached France after another 20 miles, almost didn't realise as there was no official sign just a sign about the French section of the Rhine, we are struggling more with this change of country and keep greeting people with 'hallo' in France we cycled for a while on dykes by the river before going through ...

    Luxembourg to Speyer

    A travel blog entry by legoodtimesroll on Jul 06, 2015

    ... Simon and Elly, having been cycling for 8 days they were looking fit and tanned even if a bit hot and sweaty. We discussed the options for sleeping that night and opted for a youth hostel room which offered safe bike storage. Although the riders were all intact the poor tandem was suffering with the strain of it all , another spoke broken and gears needed sorting, so just the right time to meet up with dad. Once settled into our room the ...

    HEIDELBERG TO MANNHEIM

    A travel blog entry by hippofarmerqld on Jul 04, 2015

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    ... a gem of a medieval village with many fine examples of 12-15th century architecture and remnants of the town wall. The people there had been very clever and built a lot of houses in/on the town wall using the same coloured stone and brick; giving the effect that the houses were always there. This village is seriously old; it dates back to 3,000BC. The Romans took over in the first century and made it a military/farming base. Even thought it was ...

    Symphony benefit concert in Karlsruhe

    A travel blog entry by denninfamily on Jun 26, 2014

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    ... Mass and Bach's Symphonie 9. An interesting fact is that Brahms debuted his Symphonie No. 1 at the Konzerthaus in Karlsruhe. After the concert, we returned to the hotel to catch up with Shane who had stayed to watch the Germany vs. USA match. Sadly, Germany won 1-0. We then headed downstairs for a fabulous dinner of lamb, plaice and pork wrapped in bacon accompanied by red wine from Germany. Tomorrow, we are on to the north and plan to stay overnight in ...

    Tennis and a bit of shopping

    A travel blog entry by teacuptravels on Jun 14, 2013

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    So today I slept again whilst Bee was at uni. As she got back we got changed and drove to the tennis courts which are at the back of the Schlossgarten. There we met up with Paul and him and Bee played tennis whilst I walked around the Schlossgarten. I saw the stadium, and the Grosherzogische Grabkappelle, which is where all the Grossherzogen (the Dukes) are burried. We then came back home and I then went to the postgalerie , ...