Landhaus Friedrichshof

Franz-Liszt-Strasse 5, Wiesloch, Baden-Württemberg, 69168, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Franz-Liszt-Strasse 5, Wiesloch, is near H & M.
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Travel Blogs from Wiesloch

Interesting Archive Experience

A travel blog entry by travelink on Sep 06, 2014

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... this day was not officially to remember the start of World War II exactly 75 years prior, but instead to debate the role of the German government in a more immediate war—ISIS in Iraq.

Tuesday morning I walked downtown to get the train to Bretzfeld. It was about a 30 minute journey with a number of stops (or potential stops—where one must request the train to stop or it simply goes on, unless there are people waiting to board). Bretzfeld is also actually one of ...


A travel blog entry by hlodor on Sep 05, 2014

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Me, Tamara, and Carmen spent the last 3 days in Heidelberg. For a history lover like myself, Heidelberg is THE place to go. It's a beautiful city as well. The castle is wonderful and it sits in the background of the city. Then walking along Philosophenweg gave us a panoramic view over the entire city. A little off the path of ...

Germany Manneheim to Munich/Austria Innsbruck

A travel blog entry by diarter on Sep 04, 2014

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We expect to be in Munich by lunch time and then through the Alps to Austria and Innsbruck. We stopped for a comfort stop and to refuel the coach. Australia invented the first push button toilet, Germans have a more advanced technology. Women on tour were video recording the toilets yesterday and today. When ready to flush, you wave your hand over this sensor, a piece juts out like a crane, ...

Mannheim: Week 2

A travel blog entry by zachlynch on Sep 03, 2014

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I've been in Mannheim for over a week now and I'm finally starting to get the hang of things. I finally know which bread I like, I've learned that J-walking isn't normal like it is in North-America, and I'm starting to know which busses and trams take me to where I need to be. I've finally started to settle in during the last ...

The Technology Gap

A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Sep 11, 2013

... to communication and information.

In Germany it is a different story because of the language. I don't tend to watch German TV or read that many newspapers because of the language barrier. I prefer to watch Youtube or DVDs and get my information from the internet. I also keep in contact with a wide range of Facebook and I find myself becoming more anti-social through the use of such social media! While previously I called people up to go and visit ...

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