Kloster Johannisberg

Address: Badpfad 1, Geisenheim, Hesse, 65366, Germany | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Badpfad 1, Geisenheim, is near Niederwald Monument (Niederwalddenkmal), Drosselgasse, Siegfried's Mechanisches Musikkabinett, and Bromserburg.
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    Travel Blogs from Geisenheim

    Luke's Food Diary

    A travel blog entry by mccranor on Jul 12, 2015

    5 photos

    Luke & Tim's mate Paul decided over a curry at Akbar's that Luke needed to keep a food diary...A Kid's Choice.

    So attached are some photos of just some of the food Luke has been indulging in. I must say I have been pretty impressed with some of his choices....he did agree to try something new from each country we visited. The UK was easy since Curry is the National Food!! We did not get ...

    Hitting the Jackpot

    A travel blog entry by mccranor on Jul 11, 2015

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    As we head into Germany our stops today are purely to get us through to the wine!!

    Parking in the main street of Cologne I proceeded to buy the usual parking ticket, however when I put my Euro in clinked down into the change tray. I popped my hand in and to my surprise there were many Euro's in the tray $12 to be exact. I then checked and it was after 12 on a Saturday so you don't have to pay. Not to get too excited immediately I said to the boys lets wait ...

    WHAT AN ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS DAY

    A travel blog entry by joyous9 on May 08, 2015

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... hours we passed more than a dozen castles and some glorious towns and villages with their unique architecture and church spires. Shortly after, we arrived in to Rudesheim where we had lunch before going ashore where we were transported by choo choo train to the museum of mechanical musical instruments. Then some free time to explore this quaint town and we went on the chairlift which gave us ...

    A tale of two cities, part two

    A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on Apr 15, 2014

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... and they had found it to be a romantic match as well. He couldn't do enough to please her, including ensuring the erection of the Elizabeth Gate, a decorated stone arch leading into the castle, in one night, so she would get it for her nineteenth birthday. His reign came to an end with the Thirty Years war. He was a Protestant king and the invading French army were Catholic and were determined to rid the region of Protestantism. He and his wife had been away when ...

    The German Heatwave!

    A travel blog entry by vegi_table on Jun 18, 2013

    5 photos

    Frankfurt is quite an interesting city. It seems huge, but then, we can walk into the centre quite easily. There is the old town area, which seems so sleepy and quiet, then the busy Ziel shopping area which is jumping. At the moment, as the US president is visiting Germany, there is a 'USA week' festival in the city centre. There are stalls, food stands, a stage with live music and everyone seems to be getting into the spirit. We took the opportunity ...