Hotel Rosenhof

Address: Gartenstrasse 1, Hirschberg, Baden-Württemberg, 07927, Germany | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Gartenstrasse 1, Hirschberg, is near Heiligenberg.
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Travel Blogs from Hirschberg

Dragons and Princesses

A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Mar 10, 2015

... Bagger. Der fährt bestimmt zur Baustelle. Dort muss er ein tiefes Loch graben...

Wow is that a big excavator, he's probably driving to the construction site. There he has to dig a deep hole...

It is really good for learning pronunciation as well because children will always correct your mistakes! I remember Leonie saying, "Dan why are you saying that? You don't say that in German!"

"Ein ...

Neckarsteig Etappe 1

A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Feb 21, 2015

27 photos

... snow free, but the Konigstuhl is quite a bit higher than the rest so we weren't exactly sure.

Starting in Heidelberg, we had a nice warm up by walking down the main street from Bismarkplatz to the Bergbahn. From there we climbed the steps up to the castle and walked up the road to the start of the Himmelsleiter. On the way we passed a house, which Sissi had lived in during one of her many trips to ...

Carnival Fun

A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Feb 16, 2015

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... living in a world without authority. Quite a few oppressive regimes and monarchies probably inspired a lot of it.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Propaganda _of_the_deed

Being Rosenmontag (Rose Monday), we all got dressed up to go to the ball in Seckenheim. It was a great excuse to go out and have some fun. German's need organised fun because their society is so oppressed and carnival is all about ...

10 Things I Hate About You

A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Jan 22, 2015

... half on the footpath. It means that most people drive small cars, well that and the fact that fuel costs 1.60 Euros/Litre. If you want to get a driver's licence it costs 1400 Euros, but it is for life.

8. People. There are literally people everywhere. I mean I can go for a hike in the Odenwald and feel like I am completely alone then turn the corner and there is a hunting house or café or some guy in a 4WD drives past. You can't really understand it ...

Christmas markets

A travel blog entry by jogo on Dec 06, 2014

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... town center has some really nice old buildings, however, they need to be taken care of.

Also most shops are especially made for tourists, esp. for Asian ones. Asian employees work in the shops and there are Asian letters on the windows. That at least to me is a definite turn off as after all it is Heidelberg, a town famous for its history, culture and university. I guess though that everything changes over time.

The Christmas markets ...

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