Hotel-Restaurant Schweizer Stubb

Koenigstr. 9, Kaiserslautern, Rhineland-Palatinate, 67655, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Koenigstr. 9, Kaiserslautern.
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Travel Blogs from Kaiserslautern

It's not a Dream!

A travel blog entry by dorothy73 on Aug 11, 2014

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... were able to view Zell from above and really appreciate how lovely and picturesque the whole valley is. It's hard to comprehend that the history of this area can be traced back to 2000BCE and parts of the town walls erected in 1229 can still be seen!. Zeller Schwarze Katz is a world famous wine and a monument in the shape of a black cat was made as a fountain and is located in the town square. Tomorrow we are planning a boat trip.
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Zell at Last

A travel blog entry by dorothy73 on Aug 10, 2014

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... main strasse of the town. The choice of eating out is many and varied and with the long day-light hours (lights out 9 pm) we will be trying a few in the evenings mainly. Grape vines predominate the landscape and are mainly grown on the sides of hills requiring steel ladders to access them. Certainly makes for hard work when harvesting! Hopefully tomorrow we will be feeling more energetic and ready to tackle further afield.
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Speyer Day 8

A travel blog entry by javaminit on Aug 09, 2014

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Well, we had a surprise yesterday when our home-stay hosts suggested we stay in Speyer an extra day. It seems the anticipated guests for the next weeks home-stay have faded away. That saved us an overnight in Frankfurt. So today we flew entirely without a flight-plan. We got up, had some coffee and toast and decided we should confirm train times to the Frankfurt Flughafen. We will have to be on a train out of Speyer no later than 12:00 noon. ...

Anniversary

A travel blog entry by hahno on Aug 08, 2014

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... main courtyard had been. Time for a flammekuchen. Like a pizza but with a much crunchier base and much more cheese. The view from where we sat was spectacular, down to the town of Traben-Trabach and the River valley. After sitting around for a couple of hours, we drove back to Zell and watched a regatta of amphibious cars driving into and down the river. Brought back memories of Top Gears amphibious ...

Cruisin', Cruisin, Cruisin' Down The River

A travel blog entry by bigfootineurope on Sep 25, 2013

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... and met up with the group and we headed towards our final stop for the day, Kaiserslautern. FUN FACT: Hitler made an agreement with Oxford that Heidelberg and Oxford would no be targeted in bombings as they are the two oldest, most historical cities. ALSO there was an agreement made that no historical castles etc would be hit either so when Hitler commissioned train tunnels to be built to move troops, he had them made to look like mini castles so from above they wouldn't be ...