Hotel Schmitt

Address: Blumenstrasse 54, Heidelberg, Baden-Württemberg, 69115, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Blumenstrasse 54, Heidelberg, is near Market Square (Marktplatz), King's Throne (Konigstuhl), Caroline VK, and Freudenhaus.
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      It's the little things...

      A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Dec 09, 2014

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      ... because that means "I'm cold hearted.")

      Ich bin voll doesn't mean "I am full" rather "I am really drunk!"

      Plus of course there are always the words, which have more than one meaning depending on the context like the above mentioned to feel cold or to be cold.

      Rezept - either a doctor's script or a recipe (both of which are written instructions)

      False Friends (different ...


      A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Dec 07, 2014

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      ... the Menschenmenge was a little off putting.

      On Sunday we headed over to Matt and Karin's house for a cuppa and biccies. Matt and I left the women in the kitchen and walked over to Schwetzingen to check out the Weihnachtsmarkt there. To be honest I was a little disappointed because last year the Coca Cola Truck was there and there was an ice skating rink with a bar. I guess visiting a Christmas market during the ...


      A travel blog entry by jgilmer on Dec 02, 2014

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      The temperature is 28 degrees and snow showers. Heidelberg has 150,000 inhabitants. There are 6 universities. Students don't pay to go to university. Anybody can attend but must speak German. Heidelberg was not destroyed in war. The weather was bad so surrounding towns were bombed. Heidelberg is the largest German town. Approx 500 people lived in castle. The dancing hall is where everyone gathered and partied with their powdered wigs and lice. Today most ...

      Visit from the Parents

      A travel blog entry by zachlynch on Oct 12, 2014

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      ... that I had learned during my time in Prague. After a nice long day of touring the city, we had dinner at a nice microbrewery and headed back to the hotel.

      The Sunday was a packed day, we borrowed bikes from the Hotel we we're staying at and biked around to a bunch of places during the day, probably traveling a total of about 25km. We saw the Hockenheim racetrack, as well as the beautiful gardens ...


      A travel blog entry by matheny6 on Jun 16, 2014

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      ... Germany, we rented a car. Not just any car, but an Audi. It's a high end German car that is just as fast as a Burn Out car. Which is perfect because there are sections of the freeway, or as they call it, the "autobon," where there is no speed limit. So I had fun driving 90 miles per hour, only to be passed by someone that was driving at least 110 ...