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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... As we discovered yesterday, boarder crossings are non event - much like crossing our state boarders. Usually just a small sign on the side of the road. The reason we stopped at this little service centre was because it is actually at a previous passport control boarder crossing. It was certainly an austere building. We arrived at Boppard in time for our Rhine River lunch cruise. I had a good pork schnitzel and chips with a glass of local red wine On the cruise ...
... our hotel expecting to return our car and walk back, but the hotel clerk said it wS much too far because we had to walk around the entire airport. She gave us her card and said to call for a hotel shuttle. We thanked her and drove to the airport. No one reading this will be surprised that we decided to walk back to the hotel (it was also ...
On Friday there was a public holiday in Germany called "Tag der deutschen Einheit" (German Unity Day) to celebrate the 1990 reunification (Deutsche Wiedervereinigung) of West and East Germany after the fall of communism. Interestingly if you want to turn something political into reality, you should start with currency because the acceptance of the German Mark in East Germany was one of the ...
... that were
supposed to be available for visitors (according to pictures), but come to find
out they have not been maintained, and, therefore, we just patches of green
Finally, our very gregarious English
speaking guide introduced us to the interior of the Castle – and for the next
hour or so entertained us and explained the origin of the castle, the prince
electorate who built it, ...
... contains a 400+ liter wine cask that was made from oak trees, it is so big they used a pump to remove the wine and never filled it more than half-way. It was used for about 20 years and then started leaking so it was emptied and left as a curiosity. There was also the German Pharmacy museum that was on the castle grounds which we quickly went through. So that is ...