Landhaus Friedrichshof

Address: 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

Day 5: Germany

A travel blog entry by creeky on Jul 10, 2015

Day 3 of our tour saw us travel from Amsterdam to Germany. After a few hours on the coach we arrived in Boppard, where we were able to walk on the banks of the Rhine during a bit of free time. The weather today has been awesome so we grabbed an ice cream and admired the scenery. After our free time finished we got onto the Rhine cruise to St. Goar. The cruise had the option to buy some food or drink so I decided to try a ...

Day 11 Speyer to Gambshime

A travel blog entry by tandemtales on Jul 07, 2015

... who also had a trailer (very popular with German cyclists) so was the longest bike we've ever seen! We cycled on flood dykes all morning meeting a very angry German a few times who said the signs were dreadful so he kept getting lost, we'd been ok today so might just be his generally **** sense of direction but thought better not to mention it! We made it to worth am Rhein for lunch which we again ate in the car park, we had another ice fruit smoothie in ...

Luxembourg to Speyer

A travel blog entry by legoodtimesroll on Jul 06, 2015

... a disgusting looking toilet block which was locked. No showers so not really an option with temperatures soaring to 36 degrees again. We called into Lidl for supplies and decided to lunch by the Rhine under a tree and look at our options. We hoped to meet the cyclists on the path but by 3.30 we decided that we may have missed them. They had taken a route away from the river but we managed to meet them about half an hour later.. It was good ...

10 Things I Hate About You

A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Jan 22, 2015

... Southern Eastern Freeway. And if you live in Melbourne you have to pay for the privilege.

9. Recycling. Applied to Australia as a whole instead of Adelaide, which actually set a good example with can deposits and a plastic bag ban. It is just embarrassing that nobody else does it. Germans even have reusable plastic beer cartons to return the bottles in to make it easier.

10. Isolation. I thought that travelling 8 hours to go to Melbourne was normal. You ...

Typically German

A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Jan 21, 2014

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... just whack a slice of cheese or sliced meat on and a pickle and you are good to go.

3. Schnitzel, Beer and Spätzle. In Southern Germany, you can eat the equivalent of German pasta called spätzle which is best fresh made, although you can also buy it like dry noodles. Top it off with some beer, a schnitzel and a side of red cabbage and you've got a hearty meal. There are so many regional varieties of beer that you could try a different brewery ...