Hotel Goldene Rose
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Goldene Rose Heidelberg
Great hotel to stay at. Bit expensive but thats what one expects right in the centre of a city. Tea and coffee was also in the room which seems to be rare these days in most hotels although the mini-bar fridge was empty. Clean and tidy and a nice quiet room. I would certainly return again
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After thinking all night about time and distances and about the date I need
to get back to work I sure did decide its time to head home.
I could race along through Germany and make it a quick stop overnight
somewhere along the way and do it …
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