Nibelungen Hof

Niederstrasse 1, Xanten, North Rhine-Westphalia, 46509, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Xanten

The trip plan in my head

A travel blog entry by shi_ra

... maybe a ship, to set over to South America, Argentinia.
I would travel up the Americas, through Brasil and Peru, Costa Rica. I would love to travel by boat through the Carribean Sea.
Then up through Mexico, the USA and Kanada. From Alaska I woul go over the Pacific Ocean to Russia.
From there down, through Japan, maybe South Korea, China. Would love to go down to Australia, but I don't know if this will be to much.
I would ...

Bridge Walk

A travel blog entry by jklezok

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... modern archetecture that you saw randomly placed all over. Conrad dropped us off on his way to running some errands and we had a good 3 hour walk, with wonderful views of Recklinghausen and the surrounding area. At the end we had what would become a typical snack on this trip - 'Coffee und kuchen' every 2 hours. This is probably the first place we saw dogs in a restaurant. Cute little Cocker Spaniel just waiting for his master to ...

Holland, here we come.....

A travel blog entry by jklezok

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The sad thing about the EU is there are no borders to get your passport stamped. Here we just got our 10 year passport and only have one stamp :<(. Ah well, we have pictures.
We went to the market in Winterswijk today. This was a small market because it was a weekday. Verena told us that the markets on weekends is twice the size. The shops and food was amazing. I was surprised to see so many dogs about, but this appears to ...

Day 11: A trip to Xanten

A travel blog entry by sararankin

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... golf course. In the summer it's a really beautiful place, even though swimming if forbidden. I have a new theory; Germans are afraid of water. There are extremely few places to swim. Those where swimming is allowed are surrounded by fences, you must pay a few euros to enter the premises and still swimming is only undertaken by foreigners and the suicidal. Another contributing factor to my theory is that Germans only ever drink bottled water, ...

My Trip Around Europe 2

A travel blog entry by morgan749

Day 20: Today we continued on our travels for the last time on our trip and today we are going to Essen. When we got there we went to Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex in Essen. It was coal mining museum and it was a really interesting place with great history and ...

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