Hotel Felsentor

Address: Bahnhofstrasse 88, Hauenstein, Rhineland-Palatinate, 76846, Germany | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Bahnhofstrasse 88, Hauenstein.
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      A travel blog entry by siegurdmoebius on Jan 14, 2015

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      Train day!

      A travel blog entry by on Dec 12, 2014

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      Hey friends! I am literally spending all day on trains today! It's pretty great because I love trains. Oh and we are in first class! We decided that we would splurge a little seeing as we are traveling for so long. Also we went on a high speed train from Marseille to Karlsruhe. We were going over 300 km/hr! And we were on the top ...

      Saying Good-bye to Friends

      A travel blog entry by travelink on Nov 08, 2014

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      ... t think it would be clearly visible. A museum in Ludwigshafen has an entire exterior wall designed by the Spanish artist, Joan Miro. I found the installation to be quite intriguing—well worth the 30 minutes or so it took to go there and back. After returning to Neustadt I had dinner at what turned out to be a Greek restaurant, although they had German and other specialties. I ordered the Seezunge mit Bratkartoffeln, Gemüse des Saisons und Salat (sole with fried ...


      A travel blog entry by on Oct 26, 2014

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      ... it, but we did walk down Karl Marx street for a hot second. We ate some really amazing food next to a fountain, stumbled onto a street fair, and walked through a huge and beautiful cathedral. Funny story: as we were exploring we were trying to get a closer look at this cool looking building. When we got a bit closer we found that it was surrounded by a large brick wall. We tried walking along the wall for ...

      An Old Town and a Haunted House!

      A travel blog entry by elrothchild on Oct 25, 2014

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      ... the robe that he was wearing when crucified. So that was interesting, even though we couldn't see it. We also found the Porta Nigra, or the Black Gate, which was built by the Romans when the town was established, and is still standing. After our day of wandering, we headed home to get ready to be a part of a haunted house! One of Mike's neighbors puts on a haunt through several garages and car ports every year, and he needed crowd ...