Hotel Rosenhof

Gartenstrasse 1, Hirschberg, Baden-Württemberg, 07927, Germany | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Hirschberg

Heidelberg Castle

A travel blog entry by jdobson

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Had a great day today. After a lovely breakfast and a walk to the local lake and around the local area we loaded into the cars and drove into Speyer. This is another lovely old town. We walked down the main square to the Cathederal. It took 100 years to build the original part of the church to ground level, then another 300 years to complete the church as it is today. It is now 1000 years old ...

Typical German Tourist

A travel blog entry by danielpinno

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Guesthouses and Bed and Breakfasts even have their own star system called the G-Klassifizierung, but they have different requirements and there aren't any 5 G-stars in Germany.

With such a large emphasis on travel in Germany and in Europe, it will be interesting how the industry develops in the future. Peak Oil is definitely going to be a deciding factor on where people go for holidays as travel will become ...

BBQ

A travel blog entry by vicki-kevin

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... off to a 'village event', which Kevin had chosen for us. We went to an old castle where a music professor had a collection of old harpsichords and gave us a lecture on them, before he played us a concert. He was a lovely little man, but quite eccentric and each demonstration went for about 10 minutes, Hehad a harpsichord which was very likely played by Mozart. After this, we went to a local winery where they gave us an Aussie ...

Heidleburg on Corpus Christ Day

A travel blog entry by sburton

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... It is one of the most visited cities by visitors and bus tour groups so it was nice to stroll the cobbled streets without crowds of people on this day. Once leaving the area, we drove through the Burgenstrasse (Castle Road). We spotted some castles before heading back home to Darmstadt for the evening. ...

Four Seasons in One Day

A travel blog entry by danielpinno

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... a nice vantage point overlooking the Neckartal and our goal of Neckargemünd. We still had to walk around the riverbend and down the hillside to reach the town. In all it took us 3.5 hours to reach the Neckargemünd Bahnhof and as we got there the sun was shining.

It cost 5,20€ to take the train back to Heidelberg and then after a 30 minute wait, the tram back to Edingen. After a mix of rain, wind, hail and sunshine, I was ready to relax for the evening!
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