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TravelPod Member ReviewsNovotel Karlsruhe
I was in Karlsruhe to experience the area's magnificent public transport system and the room I was allocated gave me a birds eye view of the tramway junction at Europaplatz. It couldn't have been better. The hotel was excellent. Breakfast was included. The hotel is a little way from the main station (Karlsruhe Hbf) but trams pass by. It's a short taxi ride and also within walking distance if you have the time. The hotel is also a little distance from the main shopping area but once again a short tram ride or a pleasant walk.
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The Novotel Karlsruhe kept the tradition of insanely awesome breakfast. In spite of walking 8-10 miles a day and not sitting in front of the TV once all week, I swear I'm gaining weight. After breakfast we headed out on foot to the Schloß. The Karlsruhe Schloß is one of my favorite castles of that era. It is truly a magnificent site to behold. Once …
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After another relaxing breakfast, we packed up our VW Touran and headed out. Destination - Freiburg. For this trip, we have basically been putting in the city center of the next …
... There were a lot of stops along the way with scenic overlooks, hiking spots and restaurants. We had a German lunch of bread and sausage at the cafe next to Lake Mummelsee, and did a short 2 km hike on a trail leading to a waterfall. We got some really beautiful pictures, and thoroughly enjoyed seeing some ...
The second stop into the Black Forest region was the Maulbronn Abbey, a Monastery built sometime in the 1300s. The pamphlet we got mentioned it was over 800 years old, but I'm getting confused as some components were a little younger than that, like 600 years old. In any case, it was incredible. They had some descriptions of the masonry that was done to construct it. I just can't imagine the hard work ...
... was a little fossilised snail that we saw in their home and loved as it was so intricate in the way it had been preserved (when they dug up the ground in Bisigen to make way for the new road, a huge amount of small and large fossils were found!). They had taken notice of what we had appreciated and loved in their home and given them to us as a gift! That is so thoughtful and lovely! We have planned on sending a package with a few Aussie things when we arrive home..... I hope ...