Privathotel Loewen-Seckenheim

Address: Seckenheimer Hauptstrasse 159-163, Mannheim, Baden-Württemberg, 68239, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Seckenheimer Hauptstrasse 159-163, Mannheim, is near Luisen Park, Town Hall (Rathaus), and Botanischer Garten der Universitat Heidelberg.
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Travel Blogs from Mannheim

Day 11

A travel blog entry by lynbertram on Aug 11, 2015

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... We travelled along the autobahn where trucks and buses have a 100km speed limit but cars have none although it's a bit of an unwritten rule that 200km is the limit for cars. We did see a few whizzzzz past a few times. Forgot to mention yesterday that in Belgium you're charged 50 cents to use the toilets which had everyone saving their coins for the next stop. Today in Germany we found they ...

Friends and Relatives

A travel blog entry by rojostravels on Jul 26, 2015

With a day off in Frankfurt before we pick up the motor home for our European adventure, we took the opportunity to visit my nephew Marcus, his wife Hanna and son Matts. Marcus works for Barclays Bank in Frankfurt, and lives in Darmstadt. We had a pleasant day, catching up with Marcus and family, and Hannah's family who we had met at their wedding in December 2013.

Zeit für den Tee!

A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Jan 11, 2015

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... on the rise.

A lot of people go to the expo to pick up a good deal for the summer holidays. I can't say that I usually book so early, but we are planning on going to Berchtesgaden National Park and Salzburg this year. It is just amazing how big tourism is here in Europe, especially in our generation. There is a market and an offer on just about anything or anywhere!


Down the Rhine

A travel blog entry by priscahoffsta on Jun 13, 2014

... to the surface. The water rushing past so quick. No never notice how fast the current is until you try to fight it.
We start floating closer to shore were we can touch the bottom. So we start walking instead of swimming. You cant' really call it walking, it was more like floating and propelling oneself by pushing off with ones feet. Like being on the moon, or being a ghost.


Heidelberg Castle

A travel blog entry by jeffreychun on Dec 15, 2013

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... the castle was used as a regal residence. Until it was destroyed by lightning in 1764 leaving it permanently uninhabitable, the castle was the residence for most of the Prince Electors. In 1800, Count Charles de Graimberg began the difficult task of conserving the castle ruins. Up until this time, the citizens of Heidelberg had used the castle stones to build new houses.

Just as breath-taking as the castle is from the city, so too is the city from the castle. From either the ...