Reichshof Hotel

Seilgraben 2, Aachen, North Rhine-Westphalia, 52062, Germany | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Seilgraben 2, Aachen, is near Carolus Thermen Bad Aachen, Rathaus Aachen, Christmas Market, and Couven Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Aachen

Sustainable way to Live

A travel blog entry by mattyen1 on Oct 06, 2014

Today I did some voluntary work in Liege. It was as at The eco-centre which is located in the Saint-Leonard area of Liege, at the foot of the hillside of the Citadel. Liege is the biggest city of Wallonia and the third city of Belgium after Brussels and Antwerp.



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On the road again.

A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Jul 28, 2014

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... left our umbrellas in the car, and didn't even have our ponchos. It didn't matter as we had some time in the church - what an amazing church! - and as we left the rain had stopped so we didn't get wet. We had enough time to get lunch at a cute little old cafe before heading back to pick up Bryan. We were worried about being late but need not have been as Bryan was still talking about bikes :) . Next stop ...

The Netherlands

A travel blog entry by samplum on Jul 28, 2014

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... of mourning for the poor people that died in the Malaysian Airline crash a couple of weeks ago. Everyone was dressed in White and they released balloons in tribute to those that lost their lives. Another emotional experience. One thing that I find hard to get used to is the fact that it is legal to smoke marijuana here. They have coffee shops that are specially for people to go in and choose their marijuana and smoke it. What do you think of that? I was talking to a ...

Last entry

A travel blog entry by cathrin24 on Jul 21, 2014

... suitcase, but I was still scared it could be more than 30 kilos), I checked out, and went to buy some last souveniers. Jep, I always said I wouldn't do it, but I felt like I would desperately need an Australian flag when I am back home. I spent my last day lying in the grass, watching the surfers, imprinting this incredible view in my head. I had to hold back tears all the time, but Anne and Claire tried to distract me as good as possible. I breathed in the air like ...

Terug Naar de Zachte "G"

A travel blog entry by eaglesflight on Jul 19, 2014

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On Saturday we enjoyed spending some time in Masstricht, just walking around this historical city, which dates from the times of the Romans. In places, parts of the original city walls and fortifications are still present. The afternoon saw us take a relaxing cruise on the River Maas (from whence Maastricht has derived its name). ...