Hotel Zur Eisenbahn

Schulstrasse 29, Rodgau, Hesse, 63110, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Schulstrasse 29, Rodgau.
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Travel Blogs from Rodgau

The sotk of the year is here

A travel blog entry by segun_coco on Sep 08, 2014

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A travel blog entry by meeksy on Sep 07, 2014

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... on somewhere in Germany anywhere between August & October. We went to Germany's oldest pub and then a bus ride took us to our next town, Wurzburg where we hopped on bikes and rode for about 12 kms. We stopped at a beer garden for refreshments before back on the bikes for the return ride. Once again back on the bus to our German BBQ (Australian's ...

The quintessential German town!

A travel blog entry by mitdianem on Sep 06, 2014

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... huge tent at the carnival that Bob said is exactly what the Oktoberfest celebrations look like. It was such a great day to walk through the town. I didn't think I'd get to see that Oktoberfest kind of atmosphere, but the tent was HUGE.

We did a little shopping, had a beer at the Biergarten, and took lots of pictures. Our ship was meeting us down river though, so it took a bus ride of about 45 minutes to meet it. The weather was ...

Operation Flower

A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Aug 19, 2013

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... all sat down for cake and coffee. Simon met all the family and then we took a walk around Edingen for him to get his bearings and show him what a German supermarket looks like.

For dinner we had a nice roast with semmel knoedel as a traditional dinner. Simon did a good job staying up as long as he did and after sitting around the table telling stories (and trying my hand at translating) it was time for ...

The Bavarian Village of Miltenberg

A travel blog entry by wendypaul on Jul 31, 2013

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We went through many locks during the night and morning and arrived at Freudenberg just after lunch. We had a short bus ride into Miltenberg which is a lovely little medieval town with many old (16th and 17th century) well preserved or restored houses. Some houses had gables sticking which increases the size of a room without adding to the land taxed. We had a walking tour of the town and then walked up to a ...