Hotel-Restaurant Burg Weisenau

Address: Monchstrasse 13, Mainz, Rhineland-Palatinate, 55130, Germany | Hotel
 
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A travel blog entry by nomadkids on Jul 11, 2015

... same mixed feelings as when we were about to leave. A little impatient, a little sad, a little emotional and very happy.
* We hope the girls will remember a few moments, feelings, smells or tastes. * We think they've grown and learned a lot. They gain a few English words, a passion for wild animals, nighttrains and strange food, some strange habits they'll have to lose ... But above all an even bigger curiosity ...

The eagle had landed

A travel blog entry by lspanier on Jul 08, 2015

... are out by the thousands, eating, drinking, smoking and connecting with their neighbors. Such a vital time at night. But with our long day we decided to just go out from 7:30 - 10:30pm then head back to our hotel and into bed. Chris' pedometer marked we walked 11 kilometers today. And now my feet feel like it. So happy to be here. Special thanks to Cliff and Sandy who gave a condensed version of Rome....as we are going to Florence ...

GUTENBURG CHANGED THE WORLD

A travel blog entry by cjasko on Jun 04, 2015

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... write one book the bible. His
shop employed 15 people and they produced about a 100 bibles per year.

both SPEYER AND MAINZ have huge churches going back to 1000 years old. The Mainz church was built about 1050, was occupied by Napoleans army as scamp then as a hospital, then as a barn for the oxen who pulled ...

FSV Mainz 05 vs. Borussia Dortmund

A travel blog entry by zachlynch on Sep 20, 2014

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... I was lucky enough to find 2 tickets in the away fan section with a view of the field that nobody could complain about! On Saturday afternoon, along with my friend Kevin, I set off for Coface Arena. It was completely mind-blowing! From immensity of the crowd, and the booming voices singing "You'll Never Walk Alone", to seeing one of my favourite players: Shinji Kagawa back in a BVB jersey, It was just an all around unforgettable experience.
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Down the Rhine

A travel blog entry by philandjan on Aug 20, 2013

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... rivers close to the German border during the Second World War. Unfortunately the weather was clear, and the German army was waiting. The area was liberated much later in the war. The movie "A Bridge Too Far" was based in this area.


Across the border into Germany. The road signs change, and Uitgangs (motorway exits) become Ausfahrts. We drive through the wooded countryside and the big thing we noticed was that the style ...