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


A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Nov 09, 2014

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... since the fall of the Berlin Wall. His wife actually committed suicide in 2001 after apparently suffering terribly from a rare allergy to sunlight. The promenade itself was very nice and we watched plenty of ships that were passing by.

On Sunday we were invited over to Matt and Karin's house for a proper Sunday roast with all the trimmings. We weren't disappointed and we had carrots, brussel sprouts and potatoes on ...

Carl Benz Museum

A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Nov 01, 2014

27 photos

... building up the factories in Mannheim, the family moved to Ladenburg in 1906, where Carl opened up a new workshop with his sons following some business disputes. They remained there until their respective deaths in 1929 at age 84 and 1944, when Bertha died two days after her 95th birthday. And to think that most people including myself, haven't even heard of the town before! Their family home and the first purpose build car ...


A travel blog entry by kansonthego on Oct 29, 2014

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Heidelberg is relatively a small university town. However the University was founded in 1386. It has "corporations" or what Americans call fraternities. The most notorious of the students tradition that has lasted to even today, is dueling or fencing! This rather unusual tradition started over 500 years ago. But it was not until the 17th century that duels became ...

Visitors arrive from the East and West

A travel blog entry by travelink on Oct 25, 2014

1 comment, 72 photos

... have issues particularly with soft-textured foods, so I wasn’t sure how this would turn out. When the plate arrived it all looked quite appealing. I had an idea what Saumagen (literally translated as sow’s stomach) was prior to ordering it. This is a dish that is particularly regional in this area of Germany. This dish is somewhat similar in method of preparation to Scottish haggis, although the stuffing differs greatly. It was developed by Palatine farmers in the 1700s ...

More Light Painting!

A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Nov 07, 2013

20 photos

... I decided that I wanted to take out Steffie's tripod and head outside to get some low light shots. Steffie has a travel tripod which means its pretty light and portable, but at the same time it isn't the most stable or sturdy. It took a bit of fiddling around on the wet balcony before I got any sort of results. Any photo with a shutter speed slower than 1/10 sec really needs a tripod to keep it stable. I was taking exposures of around 2 ...