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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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Pn1 stayed here on Oct 3, 2013 during their trip titled: Oktoberfest, Innsbruck, Northeast Switzerland, Karlsruhe and USA.
... to get psyched up for the return trip. But just then, the parents of our home exchange folks came for a visit. These are fantastic folks and as friendly as anyone you'll ever meet. We shot the breeze until 9:00pm or so and they left for home. While we were on the back patio we saw a hot-air balloon float by. I expect we will find ourselves on one of these things one day. Also, the moon looked great. It was time to consider packing...... ...
... town. Next we visited the Faberge museum and this was fantastic. We had a girl from Russia explain the collection. It all belongs to a wealthy Russian (VERY wealthy) And he houses it in Baden Baden because it is more secure there. I cannot imagine what it all would be worth. Unfortunately we could not take any photos. Had another hour or two in the thermal spa then relaxed dinner at an Italian restaurant. Love ...
... little rooms, each with a piece of fluorescent art hanging from the curved roofs.
Eventually we came to another grotto room with benches and everyone sat down. So did we. There were three musicians at the front on sitar, bass guitar and tabla. After some introductory remarks and jokes from the sitar player - we found ourselves laughing along even though we had no idea what he was saying - they launched into the ...
... specifically Karl Friedrich Hieronymus Freiherr von Münchhausen (1720–1797), a German nobleman working in the Russian army, who purportedly told many fantastic and impossible stories about himself, which Rudolf Raspe later published as The Surprising Adventures of Baron Münchhausen. In 1951, Richard Asher was the first to describe a pattern of self-harm, wherein individuals fabricated histories, signs, and symptoms ...