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, Reichenstein Castle, and Spielbank Wiesbaden.
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Travel Blogs from Wiesbaden

Traveling to the Traums

A travel blog entry by loyetstoeurope on Jun 11, 2015

4 comments, 19 photos

... Sally found German beer in a vending machine!) before departing for Heidelberg, the home of Grandma and Grandpa Traum (Sally's grandparents).

Heidelberg is a town situated on the River Neckar in southwest Germany. The fifth largest town in the State of Baden-Wurttember, Heidelberg is a part of the densely populated Rhine-Neckar Metropolitan Region. Around 150,000 people live ...

Remagen and the Rhine

A travel blog entry by penns on Jun 10, 2015

6 photos

... in the same area in 2002.
After more traffic we arrived at the hotel in downtown Frankfurt around 6:30. We had dinner and watched two groups of Asian tourists check into the hotel. I had seen a lot of Asian tourists on other trips to Europe, but this is the first bunch we have noticed on this trip. The internet was not free this hotel, but cost 6E ...

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

23 photos

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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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