Leonardo Hotel Karlsruhe
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Travel Blogs from Karlsruhe
The final thing we did on Sunday was drive along the scenic road that winds up and through the Black Forest. Germans call this the Schwarldhochstraße, we called it the scenic road as the former is a bit difficult to pronounce. It was really beautiful, and winded about 60 km up to the highest elevation ...
... into building something so intricate and vast. I know this is nothing compared to some other European sights we will come across, but it was still incredible. The monastery was nestled in the sleepy town of Maulbronn at the foot of some hills. On the hills was a vineyard, which was really picturesque. In this region, the vineyards are all grown on hillsides, which seems kind of challenging. Enjoy the ...
... of Karlsruhe, in the Black Forest, called Triberg. Triberg is where Germanys highest water fall is, as well as home of the cuckoo clocks. It was really lovely to be in a quite town back in nature. I spent a couple of hours exploring the hiking trails around the waterfall in the Black Forest. I even got to see a cute little squirrel, but it didn’t stay still long enough for photographic evidence which ...
... had been there with their parents on vacation, but some of them had even had exchange periods there! I spent many hours of the night talking Swedish with Jonas Frimmer, being amazed by how fluent he was, and also dancing to "Robyn" and sommarplågor like "Vill du ligga med mig då".
There is a phenomenon among Swedes, that when we overhear someone being form your country. Perhaps you smile and give a nod to them but that's often it. With Russians it's ...
... was somewhere on the hill thanks to some prior research on Google Earth. After taking the Philosophers Weg up to the base of the hill and then going off on a trail that looked like it was going up I started to notice two things. First, I had no idea which trails would get me where I wanted to go, and second, the trails were even worse marked than the other hill I hiked with my parents. This wasn't a big issue going up since I just kept ...