Ring Hotel

Address: Bleichstrasse 29, Wiesbaden, Hesse, 65183, Germany | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Bleichstrasse 29, Wiesbaden, is near Kurhaus, Wilhelmstrasse, Spielbank Wiesbaden, and Reichenstein Castle.
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Travel Blogs from Wiesbaden

Mini-visit to Frankfurt

A travel blog entry by jefehenk on Jan 30, 2015

1 comment, 1 photo

... Shopping area and first thing we saw was a Starbucks. So for a bit we're chillin' in a cafe. Last time I was in Deutschland was 2005. It's different to be out of the office AND out of familiar surroundings and culture. I can't say I hate it. Feels ...

PROST!!

A travel blog entry by missliz on Jan 27, 2015

... potato. Jordan had a veal schnitzel with chips. The food was delicious and was good to have some german food as our stop in Germany is so short. On the last stint of driving we got a good look at some villages and farms. The country side is amazing and very picturesque. There was a massive stretch where everything was covered in snow. This made a lot of us happy as it felt like we were really in Europe and a foreign land! Rhine Valley looks like ...

Day 3, The castle and vinyards

A travel blog entry by cliffordwakeman on Aug 13, 2013

18 photos

... a large tower which has a beautiful moat surrounding it, full of enormous black carp of course.
All the wine is produced under the exact same roof it has done for hundreds of years, it really is like stepping back in time here.
After exploring the castle and it's grounds, i decided to seek out a vantage point where i could look down on the estate and appreciate the size and beauty. After a short stroll up a narrow trail i ...

Our First Family Outing in Wiesbaden

A travel blog entry by madcar on Nov 11, 2012

7 photos

... at the feet of the church. After the fall of the last Tsar, Nicholas II, in 1917, this entrance was sealed forever. The entrance for the "ordinary people" is the only one in use today.

The church has been used mainly by Russian visitors in the 19th century who would vacation in Wiesbaden and is still used by members of the community.

There were no pictures allowed inside, but I bought a booklet to put in our scrapbook.
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Spring in Germany

A travel blog entry by mnasega on Apr 05, 2012

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  • Nur In Meinem Kopf (German - Only in my Head
  • Verschwinde (German - Away)
  • y te vas ( Spanish )
  • Just for fun...
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