Hotel-Restaurant Schweizer Stubb

Koenigstr. 9, Kaiserslautern, Rhineland-Palatinate, 67655, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kaiserslautern

Good Weather, Hard Times

A travel blog entry by danielpinno


... now. I have been in Germany for 19 months and I've learned the language pretty good for this amount of time. I have had to apply for two different visas and the third one I will have to apply for this year. I managed to get a study place in a business school after a lot of jumping through hoops, but I am currently paying my study and health insurance privately because I haven't yet gotten a Praxisunternehmen. Then I found one and bureaucracy still jumps in the way! Talk about a ...


A travel blog entry by marg31

Today we visited Colmar. This is a charming town with 13 th century houses all painted in different colors many with murals on the outside. There is a little Venice with people in boats on the canal. this was a long walking tour. Many of the houses looked quite crooked and in need of repair. Speyer. today I decided I was a bit tired and needed a rest from walking tour everywhere so Yvonne and I decided ...

Sitting on the side of the road....but in France!

A travel blog entry by ron_and_anne

... more obstacle was in store for us. We'd joked on the drive that it would be just our luck if the chateau gates were closed. You know, the ones that keep out the invaders. Our luck was running true. The gates were closed and locked! Fortunately in the 21st century the gate was manned not by an armed guard, but with a phone connected to the manager or owner. She testily told us to just press any button on the numbered lock. Who knew?


Ron's dad's first battle experience was here

A travel blog entry by ron_and_anne


... We drove on some old roads around the town and found a number of concrete bunkers built to protect the area during World War I. Nearly every intersection had one either almost completely intact or in semi-ruin. No effort had been made to remove them, and we couldn't figure out how they were all built on those sites. See in the pictures that they are all large, thick concrete structures that look like one piece.

We had a picnic in the woods with the wonderful ...

Deutschland, The Vaterland (LOL)

A travel blog entry by rpodders2go


Arrived in Germany a day late due to a canceled flight out of RDU. We re-booked for the next day. This also happened to us the last time we went 2 yrs ago. Oh well, dry runs I guess. Jutta's brother in law had family and friends over and made about 25 types of flam kuchens. They are made on a type of thin pizza dough. Instead of tomato sauce they use a type of fresh cream (thickened) which is spread over the dough or goat's cheese (really from a cow). ...


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