No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Erholung Ingelheim
Travel Blogs from Ingelheim
... Sally found German beer in a vending machine!) before departing for Heidelberg, the home of Grandma and Grandpa Traum (Sally's grandparents).
Heidelberg is a town situated on the River Neckar in southwest Germany. The fifth largest town in the State of Baden-Wurttember, Heidelberg is a part of the densely populated Rhine-Neckar Metropolitan Region. Around 150,000 people live ...
... in the same area in 2002.
After more traffic we arrived at the hotel in downtown Frankfurt around 6:30. We had dinner and watched two groups of Asian tourists check into the hotel. I had seen a lot of Asian tourists on other trips to Europe, but this is the first bunch we have noticed on this trip. The internet was not free this hotel, but cost 6E ...
... all hopped back in the van, and headed back to Wiesbaden. For our last meal in Wiesbaden, Mark and Andy worked together to grill some really delicious hamburgers. They were super yummy!
Sunday morning we took off early to drop off Andy's family at the Frankfurt Airport so they could catch a flight back to Atlanta. We were sad to see them go, but happy that they were able to come visit us in Germany. After Andy and I returned the rental car, we headed to the ...
... to work for us as we didn't even have a ticket! Eventually the lil old lady (she was so lovely) went and found someone from the deserted info centre (it was gone 6pm). She relayed the message to us that we could go through the entrance. She was all flustered in the thought that her and her husband were stuck there. Luckily not.
We continued along the Rhine's glistening waters, passing Pfalzgrafenstein castle - a small castle in the middle of the Rhine originally used ...
... and find my way back to the train station. I'm so glad to see it. By the end I was starting to get random guys calling 'hey, beautiful' after me (in English) and I do not appreciate this while lost in a large foreign city. Fussen sounds just that little bit nicer. But back at the hostel with the wifi, I see the good place in Fussen is gone and the alternative looks terrible. The castle isn't worth the train ride and a night ...