Rheinischer Hof

Address: Hedwigstrasse 11, Essen, North Rhine-Westphalia, 45130, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Stadtbezirke II area of Essen, is near Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex in Essen.
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      All Saints Day

      A travel blog entry by chel.ro on Nov 01, 2014

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      ... He also recommended that we go to a place called Rosie's for breakfast. We arrived at Rosie's to find that it was actually closed until 10 so we went back and checked out the park we had passed and found a giant church before returning to get some food. Breakfast here is pretty weird. You tend to order jams, cheeses, or meat and it comes with rolls to put it on. I ended up with a bagel and lox and herbed cream cheese with a soft boiled egg on the side. ...

      Düsseldorf is strange

      A travel blog entry by elrothchild on Nov 01, 2014

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      ... a church, as it was well lit, and it was a rather warm night. We were munching happily on grapes and tuna salad when we heard a sudden noise very close to us. It sounded like something was crashing out of the trees around us! Very surprised, and a little scared, we looked around frantically for the source of the commotion. Chelsea saw it before I did - a large egg splattered near my feet! She exclaimed "We're being egged!" ...

      Ruhr It's (Not) At

      A travel blog entry by cathalchu on Oct 15, 2014

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      ... 54,000 seater of a football temple.

      Yet tonight the atmosphere was strangely muted. Support for the German national team is broad rather than passionate, and it could be argued that Die Mannschaft attracts more casual supporters and families on an outing than devoted fanatics. But the same could be said of Ireland, and still the 3,000 of us here frequently outsang the locals. With renditions of Fields of Atherny and Come On You Boys ...

      Planes, Trains & Trams

      A travel blog entry by brandon_t on Oct 07, 2014

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      ... drink, feeding or errand. We got lunch at a nice Thai cafe, which only seemed appropriate since we originally met in Southeast Asia. Dusseldorf is a nice town, big enough to be cosmopolitan, yet small enough to be manageable, and has both modern amenities and old world charm. It also is fairly pretty at the ground level with the river running through it and thousands of trees everywhere.

      After picking up Lucas from school we headed back home and visited some ...

      Another Goodbye

      A travel blog entry by andiontheroad on Sep 17, 2014

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      Dad and I went over to Kaarst to meet Herr Strauss who is the director of the Kaarster Nepal Initiative which is an organisation that tries to support and develop possibilities for children in Nepal (http://www.ngo-forum.de/). They work with Deepak in Nepal who is running a similar organisation Child Welfare and Education (http://cwehome.org.np/contact).

      We got to know Herr Strauss through ...