Hotel-Restaurant Kriemhilde

Hofgasse 2 - 4, Worms, Rhineland-Palatinate, 67547, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Hofgasse 2 - 4, Worms, is near Worms.
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Travel Blogs from Worms

Heidelberg

A travel blog entry by hlodor on Sep 05, 2014

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... up the hill, there are many ruins and historical locations. Thingstatte is an old Nazi amphitheatre, Michaelskloster is an old monastery dating back to almost 1000 years ago. It was amazing how much of it is still left standing. Including 2 towers that you can go up in. Heidelberg was probably my favorite city I have been to in Germany so far. ...

Germany Manneheim to Munich/Austria Innsbruck

A travel blog entry by diarter on Sep 04, 2014

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We expect to be in Munich by lunch time and then through the Alps to Austria and Innsbruck. We stopped for a comfort stop and to refuel the coach. Australia invented the first push button toilet, Germans have a more advanced technology. Women on tour were video recording the toilets yesterday and today. When ready to flush, you wave your hand over this sensor, a piece juts out like a crane, ...

Mannheim: Week 2

A travel blog entry by zachlynch on Sep 03, 2014

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... to seriously benefit from attending their lectures.

As I mentioned earlier, I attended a ton of social events during the first week and I've already made a ton of friends from all over the globe. I haven't had the chance for any real tourist activity yet, but I'm hoping to start that this weekend with a trip to Prague!
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Day 38: Bingen to Worms

A travel blog entry by jimboandsusan on Jun 25, 2014

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... in scaffold, and the Dom of St Peter here in Worms is not only partially covered but there is a big event going on so we can't even get near it. Being people of high culture, we managed instead some photos of the town sign for Worms. So what did we pose with? Worms, of course! We leave you with a joke we overheard in a restaurant at lunch... Can you tell the difference between England and a tea bag? No. A tea bag stays longer in the ...

Worms Pfingstmarkt

A travel blog entry by danielpinno on May 20, 2013

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... located as part of a tourist walking map which I always find to be a really good addition to any town. Following the map we saw the Rothaus and eventually made our way through the pedestrian mall to the Marktplatz which is the centre of town. Worms is one of the oldest cities in Germany with settlements in the area dating back to before Roman times although it didn't hit its prime until 1000AD when it became an important city in the Holy Roman ...