Hotel Rose Heidelberg
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Rose Heidelberg
A little out of the way, but great, big rooms, good breakfast
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... were able to view Zell from above and really appreciate how lovely and picturesque the whole valley is. It's hard to comprehend that the history of this area can be traced back to 2000BCE and parts of the town walls erected in 1229 can still be seen!. Zeller Schwarze Katz is a world famous wine and a monument in the shape of a black cat was made as a fountain and is located in the town square. Tomorrow we are planning a boat trip.
... main strasse of the town. The choice of eating out is many and varied and with the long day-light hours (lights out 9 pm) we will be trying a few in the evenings mainly. Grape vines predominate the landscape and are mainly grown on the sides of hills requiring steel ladders to access them. Certainly makes for hard work when harvesting! Hopefully tomorrow we will be feeling more energetic and ready to tackle further afield.
Well, we had a surprise yesterday when our home-stay hosts suggested we stay in Speyer an extra day. It seems the anticipated guests for the next weeks home-stay have faded away. That saved us an overnight in Frankfurt. So today we flew entirely without a flight-plan. We got up, had some coffee and toast and decided we should confirm train times to the Frankfurt Flughafen. We will have to be on a train out of Speyer no later than 12:00 noon. ...
... full day of holidays. Tomorrow after check out, we head to Frankfurt airport via Eltville on the Rhine to visit where great, great, great grandfather Ignatz lived. The car is due back at 6pm, and we fly out to Singapore at 10pm. Barring pilot suicides and Ukranian missiles we get back to Sydney on Monday morning at 11:30. Will hopefully get a blog in from the airport tomorrow night just to finish things ...
... chain hotels in Germany. Most of the hotels are small and privately owned, which is a big difference to the USA and Canada, where they are mostly chains. The reason being is that it can be hard to get space in the inner city to place a new hotel or redevelop an existing hotel and there are a lot of small guesthouses out in the country that don't have enough traffic to justify such a large investment. In spite of this the guesthouses are under pressure ...