Hotel Olympia

Address: Lahnstrasse 120, Wiesbaden, Hesse, 65195, Germany | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Lahnstrasse 120, Wiesbaden, is near Kurhaus, Wilhelmstrasse, Spielbank Wiesbaden, and Reichenstein Castle.
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Travel Blogs from Wiesbaden

Mini-visit to Frankfurt

A travel blog entry by jefehenk on Jan 30, 2015

1 comment, 1 photo

... Shopping area and first thing we saw was a Starbucks. So for a bit we're chillin' in a cafe. Last time I was in Deutschland was 2005. It's different to be out of the office AND out of familiar surroundings and culture. I can't say I hate it. Feels ...

PROST!!

A travel blog entry by missliz on Jan 27, 2015

... the hotel which was a soup to start which was just as welcomed as last nights soup, followed by a roar lamb and gravy with a type of noodle and vegetables, and finished off with a black cherry Forrest cake. We are now getting ready for bed which I am sure we will crash as soon as we hit the pillow. Tomorrow we are having another big travel day to Lucerne in Switzerland but stop of at the Swiss alps and catch the train up which I am quite excited about ...

Chillin with Friends: Week 15

A travel blog entry by michaelrab09 on Jul 21, 2013

1 comment, 9 photos

... where after 8 döners, I can get one free. New goal = get a free döner before I leave. Martell and Gygi left later that day to Barcelona and then back to Stanford.



But I didn't lose hope because just 30 minutes later, Alice arrived in Raunheim and the the wild weekend would begin. Alice gave me one of the coolest shirts I have ever owned - "Koalifornia" with the California flag from the San Diego Zoo. With ...

"It's ok, I'm the intern."

A travel blog entry by renblach on Aug 22, 2012

5 photos

... put down a deposit for the wine glass the stand gives you, order your glass of wine, or better yet, a bottle, drink it, and then return your unharmed glass and receive your deposit. And the Germans do the whole deposit thing with EVERYTHING. When I go to the store and buy a bottle of water, I pay extra for the plastic encasement, then bring it back to the store, put it in a machine that registers that I've returned ...

A Taste of Polish/German Friendship, Wiesbaden

A travel blog entry by zajnlou on Dec 16, 2010

7 comments, 30 photos

... and there they sat on the couch drinking and talking and catching up on the last 10 years. Paul and Andreas worked together up North in Wuppertal and Yvonna and myself and the 3 kids enjoyed each others company very much. One particular Summer we all drove across to the beaches of Poland and spent a week together holidaying. Great memories of great friends and times spent together.

First evening we just reminisced ( this is definately not the correct spelling ...