Hotel Kronenschloesschen

Address: Rheinallee, Eltville am Rhein, Hesse, 65347, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rheinallee, Eltville am Rhein.
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Travel Blogs from Eltville am Rhein

Day 6 / T2. - Darmstadt, Germany

A travel blog entry by cibberts on Sep 09, 2015

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... and took about 600 years to complete to its current stage.. While it was hit during the bombing most of the Cathederal survived. Don't know how to describe the Cathederal really just amazing with the stonework, gargoyle's, stained glass and history, got 1 hr free time to visit and have lunch, nowhere near enough. From Cologne we travelled through the countryside of Germany roughly heading south through to the village of Boppard, this entailed a very steep ...

Homeward bound

A travel blog entry by bwanabob on Aug 28, 2015

Transit from Lisbon to Windhoek on the way home. Gave me time to get the blog updated to this point. More after I return as Anne and I are having a few days at Erindi and Etosha with Australian friends from Saturday to Wednesday. I need a break from work.

Burg Eltz

A travel blog entry by wanderinggoose on Jun 06, 2013

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... difference between this castle and the previous two is that this is currently occupied. It has been held within this family for over 30 generations, so it's history spans over 800 years. Amazingly, this castle has survived many wars and raids over the centuries and thereby represents one of Germany's best examples of life as it was in medieval times. Following the demise of the original owners, ...


A travel blog entry by nipitiri on Jan 08, 2013

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... Package tourists not included because they are easy to control and not so prone to interact with unchecked locals. Of course, the picture is not so black-and-white, it's easy to say things in retrospect etc. It's a good book anyway (The River of Lost Footsteps).

After the pointed remark from Indrek Hargla has Tallinn Airport stopped threatening travelers that the personnel steals your luggage if you don't watch out. They threaten with that in Frankfurt, though.

Day 51: Preserved Worms

A travel blog entry by lithobolia on Feb 02, 2012

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... to occupy me and give me the excuse not to be out in the biting cold. Ohhh I’ll never learn! But it was pretty good motivation to get me all the way over to the Worms Museum, which is housed in St. Andrew’s Collegiate Church (featured ever so briefly in yesterday’s entry) in record time.

The neat thing about this museum, I discovered, was that there is a whole courtyard filled with stuff that can be seen for free. And it’s actually ...