Leonardo Hotel Karlsruhe
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Karlsruhe
... as it shut! Thankfully someone let us In but didn't give us a key to the toilet block... We have made friends with an old woman in a caravan who googled translated my request to borrow her key for a shower! Think we might leave without paying tomorrow as not really sure what we'd be paying for! Currently writing while the loudest storm I've ever heard hopefully our tent holds up, and we don't get fried as we unwisely camped under the tallest tree... Miles: 74 campsite: ...
... 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 ...
... stayed, but Mick and Kate moved to a different hotel. At 8:30pm the outside temp was 37deg and in our room it was 27.8deg. Tomorrow is expected to be hotter so that's going to be interesting. Dinner was traditional Mexican, picked mainly for the fact that it was inside an aircon restaurant. It turned out to be great food. The cocktails weren't too bad either. Only because it was hot some of us had a small icecream for desert on the way back to the ...
... apartments during his short stay before he was able to get out as a teenager. Karlsruhe is a working class town and the areas they lived where all within blocks of each other and gave us a clearer picture of the difficulties they had in those times. We then toured the Palace that was named after Karl Wilhem, the founder of Karlsruhe. Much of the city was destroyed in the war and there was a substantial mix of old and new, some make to look as ...
On wednesday (19.06) I went with Bee to university again and it was around 35 degrees again. We went to the hochschulgarten and the teacher came up to me and asked why I wasn't working because in that specific moment I had just sat down and so I said well technically I'm not even in this course, I'm just Beatrixs sister. And so he looked at me and said oh ok that explains it now. Anyways, then we came home, packed a little picknic and went to a little park just infront of ...