Landgasthof Hagen

Address: Guttersbacherstrasse 6, Grasellenbach, Hesse, 64689, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Guttersbacherstrasse 6, Grasellenbach.
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Travel Blogs from Grasellenbach

Day 5: Germany

A travel blog entry by creeky on Jul 10, 2015

... with chips for lunch. On the cruise we saw some magnificent looking castles in the mountains surrounding the Rhine. Some of these castles included some medieval ruins as well as some that have been looked after. We then continued off to our hotel in Mannheim for some R and R. We finished the day with dinner at our hotel where we had a starter of Salad, a pork schnitzel with mushroom sauce and finished with a bowl of ice ...

Day 11 Speyer to Gambshime

A travel blog entry by tandemtales on Jul 07, 2015

Simon learnt a new trick today: he worked out he can cycle the tandem no handed! ( as long as I don't wobble it, the road isn't too bumpy and the road is fairly straight). This is terrifying but kept us entertained for about an hour whilst it was perfected without crashing. We saw another 'young couple' ( below 30) on a tandem today, simon as usual gave them a big wave and luckily didn't try out his new no hands trick. Other than these we've only seen one other couple on ...

Milenberg

A travel blog entry by dingleydave on Jul 07, 2015

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This small village suffered greatly after the 30years war and could not afford to replace its old medieval half timbered houses, which means they are still here, so it's like it's straight out of a fairy tale. The town in bygone centuries was time and again flooded. Only in the 21st century were efficient flood control measures put in place. Today we went on a walking tour of this pretty town and of stopped at the butchers ...

MANNHEIM TO MAINZ.

A travel blog entry by hippofarmerqld on Jul 06, 2015

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... we crossed the Rhein by ferry, which is always fun. On we went through a lot of farmlands, (saw many crops, wheat, barley, canola and peas which are primed and ripe for harvest) forests and the occasional village, but we didn't go through any substantial towns till we reached Mainz. And then we veered off before the city to go to our hotel, Park Inn, which is about 5km out of town away from the Rhein. We were all pretty stoked on arrival as we had cracked the ...

10 Things I Hate About You

A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Jan 22, 2015

... spent a lot more of it too. Thank God I didn't smoke cigarettes or fill up the car with petrol very often because it is damn expensive. Oh wait a minute I meant the water bill because there isn't much left of it.

8. Traffic. Relating back to Number 3, I had to catch the bus because there isn't any decent infrastructure and it was constantly being held up by the traffic. It was an 8km trip, which took 30 minutes. No proper highways or byways either, unless you ...