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Hotel "Bell Rock" at the Europa Park

Parent Category: MagazineCategory: Hotel reviewPublished: Thursday, 06 July 2017 18:39Written by Michael Franke
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Entering the parking area of the New England style hotel “Bell Rock” at the Europa Park was like entering a different era, especially once we parked and walked around the impressive exterior of the building.

We arrived at the hotel lobby, furnished with comfortable arm chairs, and glanced up the rustic interior staircase leading you to the other floors; right behind those we located the hotel bar “Spirit of St. Louis.”

Since we still had to check in, we headed to the reception on our right where time era, appropriately dressed staff welcomed us warmly. We were handed our room key, a chip card that also enabled access to the pool area and the saunas, more about those later in the article.

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Europa Park - Theme Park & Resort

Parent Category: MagazineCategory: Leisure (activity)Published: Thursday, 06 July 2017 16:36Written by Pia Barney
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Germany's Largest Seasonal Theme Park with over 14 roller coasters, water rides, and a number of exciting theatrical shows! Experience the sights, sounds, and culinary delights of 15 European countries (and at least two worlds of fantasy and make-believe) without ever having to leaving Rust, Germany.

For up-to-date opening hours and a schedule of events check out www.europapark.de/en/park/events/opening-hours

Summer 2017 - April 1st -November 5th 

9 am to at least 6 pm (during the summer Europa Park is open longer).

Winter 2017/18 -  November 25th -January 7th

11 am to at least 7 pm

(the park is closed on Christmas Eve and Day)

Price for an Adult Day ticket: 47 euros

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Popular summer refreshments in Germany

Parent Category: MagazineCategory: CommunityPublished: Tuesday, 04 July 2017 18:05
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It is finally here! Summer… it felt like this year was going to stay cold and rainy, but now the sun has made an appearance, the temperatures are climbing and the people are heading outside to enjoy the weather.
It really does not matter if you are the public beer garden type or like to soak in the warm sun at home, the heat will make you thirsty. What better way to cool off on a hot day with some of Germany’s most popular summer refreshments.

So get your ice cubes and glasses ready!

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Surviving the Homburg Flea and Antiques Market

Parent Category: MagazineCategory: CommunityPublished: Thursday, 29 June 2017 18:00
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If you are a treasure hunter like me, this is definitely the place to go. Founded in 1975 the Homburg Antique and Flea Market is the biggest of its kind in southwest Germany and draws in people by the thousands.

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Be safe in the water

Parent Category: MagazineCategory: Leisure (activity)Published: Tuesday, 13 June 2017 00:00
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The hot summer months are fast approaching, and one of the most popular things to do in Germany is spending those days at one of the many pools or lakes. Thousands flood the lawns in public pools every year, and most communities have at least one outdoor pool.
Most of the outdoor only pools open by mid to end of May and stay open all the way through September. They all offer at least an Olympic style pool and often have a kiddie pool and or fun pool in addition with slides and spouts.
The outdoor pools “Freibad” often are equipped with playgrounds and bistros and have big lawn areas for relaxation and tanning. You can also bring your own food and drink.

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