Kloster Johannisberg

Address: Badpfad 1, Geisenheim, Hesse, 65366, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Badpfad 1, Geisenheim, is near Niederwald Monument (Niederwalddenkmal), Drosselgasse, Siegfried's Mechanisches Musikkabinett, and Bromserburg.
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    Day 6 / T2. - Darmstadt, Germany

    A travel blog entry by cibberts on Sep 09, 2015

    35 photos

    ... and Mark,Graham,Daryl,Niel and Myself have joyful decided to join David's quest and give him any assistance we can offer. Then it was up to our rooms and lights out for Craig at about 10pm.....another wonderful day. cj here just to make a little comment on the towns that were dotted along the river Rhine. You see these types of villages on TV, but it's completely different seeing them in reality. They don't even look real. We were talking to a couple on ...


    A travel blog entry by billandjudy on Sep 01, 2015

    14 photos

    ... to view the sites from inside the lounge rather than the sun deck due to heavy rain. We docked in Koblenz after lunch. The daily tour was by bus to Marksburg Castle which we had passed by ship. Due to steep steps without handrails and narrow uneven cobblestone walkways for castle access, only Bill went on the tour taking lots of ...

    A tale of two cities, part two

    A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on Apr 15, 2014

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... apparently is also a university lecturer. Our first stop was the Schloss, or castle. The building was uninhabitable, having been largely destroyed during the Thirty Years war, but the remnants revealed a rich story of military might and defensive buildings. One part of the building had walls seven metres thick to withstand assault. There were quirky features too such as the carving of cannon balls into the facade to warn any attackers that cannon ball could ...

    Willkommen in Frankfurt! Week 12

    A travel blog entry by michaelrab09 on Jun 28, 2013

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... Germany and also the most multicultural city - people from over 180 countries live here and it hums with activity like New York. It definitely earns the nickname "Main"hattan (it lies on the Main River). By the first day, I was missing all my friends from Berlin and all the people I've met during my Spring quarter. This was truly the first time I felt like an adult living by myself in the real world - renting an apartment, ...

    City exploring and homeward bound

    A travel blog entry by hilaryramsey on Sep 24, 2012

    7 photos

    ... and historic district. Frankfurt has a lot of new buildings as it was so bombed during world war 2. Romer square is beautiful with traditional German buildings of steep shingle rooves with no eaves, ornate prettily decorated buildings in different colors and turrets and spires.

    Crossed over the river on an old pedestrian bridge and walked along the ...