Hotel Rubin

Address: Corneliusstr. 118, Düsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, 40215, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Stadtbezirke 03 area of Düsseldorf, is near Konigsallee, Bilk, Hauptbahnhof, and Bertha von Suttner Platz.
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        Wonderful location

        A travel blog entry by juds76rhine on Nov 06, 2015

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        ... museum ...well, not Al...but I only wanted to go to the shop...our guide last time and this time said don't miss it and they were right. Nothing we can't get in the states but it's a local tradition and the chocolates are DELICIOUS!! nice...I have treats to share!!
        We did the "pub crawl" - and that is using the term broadly - I guess they meant 13 senior citizens walking slowly through ...

        Andernach to Cologne

        A travel blog entry by myxr80254 on Oct 29, 2015

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        ... tall narrow glasses, starting at 200ml - unlike their Bavarian cousins who start at 500ml!!

        Before dinner we had a farewell Captains Cocktail Party on board followed by a Farewell Captain's Dinner (a 5 star 5 course dinner to die for). Afterwards there was a dance party in the lounge and membes of the crew joined in - great fun, & a few sore heads in the morning (not mentioning any names ...


        A travel blog entry by bernieandterry on Oct 29, 2015

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        ... The Romans were fairly sophisticated in their infrastructure, for example, in 1995 when installing a new sewerage system the contractors discovered the remnants of a bricked sewer tunnel with ran for at least 130 metres towards the river. However there is no record of this facility being used within the last 1000 years. A section of the bricked sewer has been reconstructed above ground. Our tour included an archeological dig in the Jewish quarter with remains dating back ...


        A travel blog entry by ernstnatalie on May 11, 2012

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        ... old town and pointed out the oldest building of the city from 1288. From there it didn't take very long until we came upon a small pizza place. We each had a pizza with a drink and talked.
        After having eaten the delicious pizza we went back to the house and said goodbye to Kirsten again.
        Jürgen then took us through Rush Hour traffic to get us to the train station on time where the train would then take us back to Hannover in just under 3 hours.


        A travel blog entry by samlisa on Jul 09, 2011

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        ... What a lovely welcome into the stands. The fence obscured our view when play was at the other end from us, so we stood for a lot of the game. To be honest, with the nature of the game we would have stood anyway. What a tense/intense match! We were sitting next to a young soccer squad – soccer because they were American – they were the Lonestar Soccer Team. They had their faces painted & they were loud. They were also supporting England. They picked up a lot ...