Hotel Bredeney

Address: Theodor-Althoff Strasse 5, Essen, North Rhine-Westphalia, 45133, Germany | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Bredeney area of Essen, is near Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex in Essen.
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

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      A New Experience at Konigsallee

      A travel blog entry by lilkayjor on Apr 27, 2015

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      ... at Zum Schiffchen and sat in a nice table near the window. The waiter gave us our menus and we were in awe at the amount of choices we had. We all decided that we would order a big plate of the steak tartare. It was a lump of raw meat, with egg yolk, chili pepper, and a few slices of anchovies. It tasted absolutely incredible and was surely able to hold us down for the rest of our trip.
      After we are we continued walking around the city and soon found ourselves ...

      Last night before the trip starts

      A travel blog entry by janlodge on Jan 06, 2015

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      ... about a week to 10 days without having to do major laundry and as I am largely traveling a summer-route there is not much need to take heavy winter gear (which is very handy in terms of weight). Also, I am going to rely on hostels for overnight stays which means that I don't have to consider any sort of cooking equipment, sleeping bag or tent.

      One great item I treated myself to in a trekking shop was a so ...

      It's beginning to feel a lot like Germany

      A travel blog entry by pipped on Dec 06, 2014

      9 photos

      ... feel welcome and at home. She took me along with her to friends birthdays and introduced me the Christmas markets and to the German culture and the public transport system. Some key things I learnt quickly... 1. The public transport system is big and complex with DDB, U, S trains and buses. They all have their own rules and different systems which is very foreign to a Sydney girl and our archaic system 2. Most people in Germany speak English but very few ...

      Second Day

      A travel blog entry by chipperlad on Sep 30, 2014

      7 photos

      ... had a small car on the back, they seemed to be carrying anything from coal to oil, the flow of the river was quite fast and the large boats hardly seemed to be moving in comparison to the boats traveling down stream.

      In the afternoon I spent time walking around the Altstadt meaning old town in German language, it was an area with lots shops and cafes an historic buildings including the Rathouse or Town Hall, this was a very impressive building, I didn't venture ...

      My first trip abroad

      A travel blog entry by chipperlad on Sep 29, 2014

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      ... during my journey did speak English very well but I did notice the further out you go from the city the less English people speak, on my visit to Kaiserworth I went to a local bakery to have some lunch and it was a quite difficult to make my order understood, by using hand gestures and pointing at products on display I got what I wanted and a nice smile from the lady serving.

      Time to turn in now and recharge my batteries.
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