Hotel im Volksgarten

Kapellenstr. 80, Oberhausen, North Rhine-Westphalia, 46119, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Kapellenstr. 80, Oberhausen.
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    Travel Blogs from Oberhausen

    German Potatoes

    A travel blog entry by drjspudnz on Aug 05, 2014

    6 photos

    ... are at the end if there life cycle and the tips are looking really tired but the tubers are maturing nicely. We took a quick look around the grading facility, all the potatoes are graded and delivered. They have a number of facilities around the area to handle the volume, have about 8000 ha x 50 = 400,000 MT of potatoes to deal with. We then went with Andre to lunch ...

    Amsterdam to Dusseldorf

    A travel blog entry by drjspudnz on Aug 04, 2014

    9 photos

    ... impressed with how it looked. They are not far from being done and will be harvesting in about 6 weeks. We went with one grower to look at his washer and yard then had some lunch were further discussions were held. We then turned our sights in Dusseldorf, about 2.5 hour drive. Nick has been driving and done a sterling job. Once we were in Germany the speed limit changed. It was quite full on too ...

    Cartwheeling in Dusseldorf

    A travel blog entry by dannjess on Aug 02, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... in the 19th century to differentiate the beers of Düsseldorf from the new pale lager that was gaining a hold on Germany.[28]
    Brewers in Düsseldorf used the pale malts that were used for the ...

    Seeing the sunrise

    A travel blog entry by jezzaboi on Jul 28, 2014

    3 photos

    ... pamphlet and introduced me everyone there already. Suddenly the tour commenced and we were encourage to stay close to the tour guide leaving all the responsibility up to the individual to not get lost or lose sight of the guide, something I would consider if in a school tour would be to have a teacher at the back and not allow any student behind. The facts and information the tour guide had to share with us as we travel past seemingly pointless ...

    Adventures and Parks?

    A travel blog entry by jezzaboi on Jul 27, 2014

    2 photos

    ... judgment toward our ‘different’ riding style. After very gradual victory on stubborn Segway the group became more and more fluent with its method of moving, stopping and turning. Once we novice riders gained confidence we then sped up and tackled more tricky terrain like sand, long grass, tights walkways and bridges. I enjoyed this tour far more than I ever thought I would have and ought to have, at some point I would find myself racing along the ...