Sympathie Hotel Fuerstenhof

Kurhausstrasse 20, Bad Kreuznach, Rhineland-Palatinate, 55543, Germany
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Bad Kreuznach, I love this house :-)Bad Kreuznach, I love this house :-)

Trullo in its lovely setting in vineyards :-)Trullo in its lovely setting in vineyards :-)

Schirmbar, below the bridge housesSchirmbar, below the bridge houses

Graduation tower, provides salty air :-)Graduation tower, provides salty air :-)

Forum Posts

Seeking those who live in Bad Kreuznach

by bonniecrocker

I am new to Wiesbaden and will be looking at a house there on Tuesday. The only downside is the distance. Eventually, my husband will be working on the Wiesbaden Army Airfield base. Right now he commutes to Mannheim.

Does anyone who lives there have any idea what the drive is like to Wiesbaden during rush hour traffic? We have 3 small children ages 6, 6 ad 8. Is Bad Kreuzach a good place to live for families?

Any information that anyone has would be much appreciated.

Bonnie

Re: Seeking those who live in Bad Kreuznach

by Odinnthor

This a response i just gave to someone else this morning in the Mannheim forum. Hope it helps you as well. Best thing for you is to hook up with an expat network in the area.

You cannot do better than hooking up with other Americans that have already done what you are about to go through.

Here are some samples. Someone already sent you toytown:

http://community.justlanded.com/en/Germany_Baden-Wurttemberg_Mannheim/forum/KORPERWELTEN

http://www.expatexchange.com/expat/index.cfm?frmid=215&forumid=0&dbname=ee&tpcid=3342029&shared=N

http://forum.expatica.com/index.php?showtopic=85306

Good luck on your move

Re: Seeking those who live in Bad Kreuznach

by Odinnthor

....sorry, here is the toytown link. It will also give you endless contacts. You are not alone......d:o)

http://www.toytowngermany.com/wiki/Expats_in_Germany

Re: Seeking those who live in Bad Kreuznach

by bonniecrocker

Thanks for your reply.

I actually lived in Stuttgart for 5 years. I've been a member of Toytown since 2004 and also a german way yahoo group. I'm pretty good about finding resources but thanks for those additional ones. I've seen them but never posted there so will try it.

I was hoping to find someone who lives in Bad Kreuznach before I see this house on Tuesday.

Thanks! Bonnie

Re: Seeking those who live in Bad Kreuznach

by Odinnthor

Cool! I wish I could help you with the traffic report, but alas....perhaps some more locals will chime in on this. Good luck!

Re: Seeking those who live in Bad Kreuznach

by christine.j

Bad Kreuznach is a very nice place to live, especially with small children. I don't live there myself, but we have family living in the area.
I wouldn't like commuting to Wiesbaden each day. I don't know where in Wiesbaden the airfield is, if it's on the southern side it will be easier from Kreuznach, but if your husband has to go through all of Wiesbaden as well it will take longer.
Roughly I'd say one hour at least during rush hour. A friend of mine was living near Kreuznach and working in Mainz, and she quit because she was stuck in traffic each day. She says she needed at least one hour each morning.

Re: Seeking those who live in Bad Kreuznach

by bonniecrocker

Thanks for your reply.

It is on the southwest side. Eberheim is the name of the town where the airfield is located.

Very helpful and much appreciated. On the plus side, we saw a house we loved today in Weinolsheim but it is about the same distance. Can't win.

Travel Tips for Bad Kreuznach

Extremely excellent tourist information

by Trekki

First of all, Bad Kreuznach’s tourism service provides an excellent website. It takes some time to get used to the navigation, but once you got around this, it is a wealth of helpful information. In the German version for example they have descriptions 10 different walking and hiking tours in the region between Bad Kreuznach and Bad Münster am Stein, for download as pdf. They have several brochures and maps with very detailed information about sights to see and background information. And they know a lot and will help you with almost every information you might need. I called them to find out if the little wine pub is closed forever and who would offer the water-bike equipment and got the answers I was looking for. Then I ordered several brochures and maps and within a day I had it all in my mailbox. Amazing! (also amazing that my crappy Darmstadt mail service didn’t “loose” it as they do with many postal mail…).
They have package deals for tourists and health treatment seeking tourists and will have advice on hand of what to best book.
The website is available in English and French, however not that deep information as in the German version. But it contains everything the visitor wants to know, and finally there is the tourist office where staff will answer additional questions by mail or phone. Oh and it provides a movie on the main page, in German, English and French.

Location of the tourist office: Kurhausstrasse 22-24, which is opposite of the Bäderhaus (bathing house):

location on Google Maps

Phone: +49 - 671 - 83600-50

Travel light!

by Jerelis

* Map and guidebook;
* Crackers;
* 2 Liter of water;
* Fruit / power bars. * Hiking boots;
* 1 extra t-shirt;
* Shorts with many pockets;
* Sunglasses;
* Fleece type jacket;
* Hat / cap;
* Raincoat. * Lip balm;
* (Neck) sunblock;
* Band-aids. * Camera and lots of films!
* Filter;
* Extra batteries;
* Lens 210 mm. * Binocular;
* Compass.

FAUSTHAUS

by mtncorg

This house on the eastern edge of the Altstadt (there is a bit of the old town wall preserved but a short walk further to the east from here) is said to have been one in which Johann Georg Faust spent some time living in. Faust was the character influence that Goethe used when he wrote "Faustus". Faust was said to be an alchemist accompanied by the devil in the form of a dog. The explanatory tablet in front of the house describes soemone of good, solid virtue, not someone whom necessarily had to sell his soul to the devil in search of worldly success. But looks can be deceiving, I guess.

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