Hotel Luxa

Address: P 5, 5-6, Mannheim, Baden-Württemberg, 68161, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on P 5, 5-6, Mannheim, is near Luisen Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Mannheim

      It's the little things...

      A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Dec 09, 2014

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      ... because that means "I'm cold hearted.")

      Ich bin voll doesn't mean "I am full" rather "I am really drunk!"

      Plus of course there are always the words, which have more than one meaning depending on the context like the above mentioned to feel cold or to be cold.

      Rezept - either a doctor's script or a recipe (both of which are written instructions)

      False Friends (different ...

      Sch-Towns

      A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Dec 07, 2014

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      ... t as great as seeing the night lights. At least we found some good reflections on the water!

      There were a lots of arts and crafts around including: "What type of wood cut are you?" However, the real highlight was the Lachs Flammkuchen, which was roasted on an open fire. Flammkucken is like a French cream cheese, thin based pizza.

      http://www.travelpod.com/travel-blog-en tries/danielpinno/3/1387749459/tpod.htm ...

      Mannheim/Heidelberg

      A travel blog entry by jgilmer on Dec 02, 2014

      12 photos

      The temperature is 28 degrees and snow showers. Heidelberg has 150,000 inhabitants. There are 6 universities. Students don't pay to go to university. Anybody can attend but must speak German. Heidelberg was not destroyed in war. The weather was bad so surrounding towns were bombed. Heidelberg is the largest German town. Approx 500 people lived in castle. The dancing hall is where everyone gathered and partied with their powdered wigs and lice. Today most ...

      The First Day of my Semester Abroad

      A travel blog entry by zachlynch on Aug 25, 2014

      6am (German time that is)... it was still midnight in my head. That's the first time in my life that I caught a glimpse of European ground. I landed in Frankfurt after a sleepless 7 hour flight, and it was time to face a full new day. On the first day I managed to make it a full 30 hours walking around the city and getting all the essentials out of the way before finally crashing in my cozy new dorm room. ...

      Lamingtons and Anzacs

      A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Jan 26, 2014

      26 photos

      ... we decided to celebrate on Saturday evening, which is technically Sunday morning in Australia!

      Steffie had ideas running through her head the whole week and on Friday we baked the Anzac biscuits and Steffie made lamingtons. She was in the kitchen all of Saturday preparing the sausage rolls, mini meat pies for the pea soup, homemade tim tams, pavlova and cheese and vegemite twists.

      Even though it was 5 degrees outside, we dressed up in shorts and flip flops and everyone ...