Weisser Bock

Grosse Mantelgasse 24, Heidelberg, Baden-Württemberg, 69117, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Heidelberg

Heidelberg Castle

A travel blog entry by jdobson

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... good workout for the calf muscles. From the forecourt we could get a great view of Heidelberg and the old town. We had lunch in the old area then back to Speyer where we relaxed for an hour before going out to some friends of Rad and Peters for a BBQ dinner. A great night finished off with a great thunderstorm. It cleared the air nicely bringing the temperature down from 35 - 20 in about 30 ...

Typical German Tourist

A travel blog entry by danielpinno

... hotel guest types. They include bicycle touring, camping, hiking touring and even treatment centres. These 'Kurorte' are towns, which have a specific type of treatment available to people for rehabilitation and comprise of around half of the overnight stays in Germany! That is because the typical duration for a treatment is around 3 weeks. Towns with the word 'Bad' (bath) in the name like Baden Baden, Bad Dürkheim or Bad Shönborn have to apply for ...

Day in Karlsruhe

A travel blog entry by fosboss_17

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... After our time on the lake we had to go back home and change for our concert. When we got to the Konzerthaus we had to set up the stage again. Tonight we had five different choirs singing with us. We had the Blue Lake Choir, three young German choirs and a choir from France! The stage was very packed and this caused many people to complain about not having enough space. Tonight was our Beethoven and Mozart concert. It went very well and the acoustics were the best that I had ever ...

Day in Jockgrim, Germany and Landau in Derf Pfalz.

A travel blog entry by fosboss_17

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... of a pigs stomach and it's very good. Next Georg took Tim and I to a lake in Jockgrim. We went and swam for over an hour and there was no one else at the lake that day. We also played frisbee and soccer. Our concert went very well and we had a huge audience. We played the Brahms, Adagio and Outdoor Overture tonight. After the concert I was able to see my mom, grandma and brother ...

Day Thirteen Monday, May 26, 2014 Heidelb

A travel blog entry by frankandcarolyn

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... B." We
took another bus to the base of the yesterday’s funicular – at which point we
had two choices to WALK UP to the castle.
One path was 1,200 steps – and the other was “no steps” but a steep
cobblestone path. Needless to say, we
chose the “no steps” option and took off.



Yes, it was steep, but we couldn’t see
the top, so we trudged ...

     

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