Zum Brünnchen

Address: Turnerstr. 1, Mainz, Rhineland-Palatinate, 55120, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Turnerstr. 1, Mainz, is near St. Stephan's Church (Stephanskirche), Church of St Stephan, Kurhaus, and State Theatre and Opera House.
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      I love mainz

      A travel blog entry by perry.gale on Apr 05, 2015

      ... homemade beer which they was selling to us in the bar .
      I acedently ordered the table the wrong drinks .... we ended up with a METRE or largr on the table in stead on a litre .
      next I then ordered a 5 litre TOWER of beer which was delivered to the table and stood approx. ,, 5 foot above the table ..
      what an amzing night .

      In the Land of Schnitzel

      A travel blog entry by jamesbutrico on Mar 14, 2015

      That was quite a long flight! The time difference has me confused about the length of the flight, but here in Germany it is just before noon on April 14th. I had a good time, in spite of the long plane ride. I watched Interstellar for part of it, read my Bill Nye book, and reflected a bit. And when we landed, I got my first passport stamp! I have officially set foot in Germany. (even if it's just an airport) We have a layover here, I think it's supposed to be three hours. Shouldn't ...


      A travel blog entry by psertzel on Sep 16, 2014

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      Left Heidelberg around 8:30 and arrived Mainz 10:30. I crossed the Rhein at Mannheim. I should have been there earlier but, I got off the train at Ludwigshafen Mitte to change trains. I should have got off at the next station Ludwigshafen Rhein. Not a problem, I just ask at the DB information desk when the next train came through to go to Mainz and it was 19 minutes later. After arriving ...

      Down the Rhine

      A travel blog entry by philandjan on Aug 20, 2013

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      ... churches changed with more onion domes becoming prevalent. Past Aachen, where many medieval kings were crowned and the Emperor Charlemagne is buried.

      We drove past the outskirts of Cologne (Kuhn), which was bombed heavily during the war, and then through Bonn, which was the capital while Germany was separated into West and East, but is now the artistic capital. The capital has been moved back to Berlin.


      Mainz Cathedral and Christmas Market

      A travel blog entry by madcar on Dec 15, 2012

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      ... his support of the Third Crusade. In the middle ages this is where kings and queens of Germany were crowned. During WWII, Mainz was bombed several times and the cathedral was hit in August, 1942. Most of the roof burned, but a good portion of the cathedral remained in tact. The frescos and the stained glass windows did not survive. Restoration of the cathedral ended in 1975 and the ...