Landstuhl Travel Guide

  • back side of Burg Nanstein; February, 2011
    back side of Burg Nanstein; February,...
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  • Landstuhl, Germany; February 2011
    Landstuhl, Germany; February 2011
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  • Burg Nanstein; February 2011
    Burg Nanstein; February 2011
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    by carrie.kindred Written Aug 2, 2011

    Yesterday while at Ramstein AB my husband and I discovered that the Broadway Kino plays movies in English. And that it's quite a nice theater. And that it's relatively cheap. We paid 7,50 Euro per ticket (cash only) and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. No complaints whatsoever.

    While checking out their website (both in English and German) I noticed that there are only three movies listed as playing in English this week -- I think that this schedule may be incomplete. There was a wider variety available yesterday.

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    Burg Nanstein; February 2011 2 more images

    by carrie.kindred Updated Apr 25, 2011

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    Anyone who travels through Landstuhl should check out Burg Nanstein. It's a beautiful set of (mostly intact) ruins, and it's location high on a hill top provides an incredible view of the city below. During the tourist season, there is a restaraunt and tours are given. There are also hiking/biking trails in the surrounding forest. It is possible to drive all the way up to the castle, no hiking is required and parking is available.

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    by kevin71 Written Jul 22, 2010

    The restaurant serves Italian and German food, and serves it well. Setting was cozy. We chose to eat inside since it was raining on and off today, but the restaurant has a large outdoor seating area as well. There is also a playground for the kids to play while waiting for their food to arrive. Friendly staff, and the manager was everywhere at once, making sure all the diners were satisfied. I'll definitely be back.

    Favorite Dish: I had the Schnitzel Hawaii, which was snitzel, baked in a pineapple sauce with chunks of pineapple on top with roasted potatoes. Delicious.

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    by marigurn Written Mar 3, 2006

    This is an interesting place to dine. When my wife and I walked through the door, we were greeted by the receptionist, waitress and cook. We were the first to arrive so the receptionist, waitress and cook turned out to be just one person. We ordered our meal and ordered a desert wine. The desert wine was quite good actually. Anyway, the cooking is done behind a glass window so if you want to see your meal being prepared...there you go. After we were served, 2 large groups of people showed up. Reinforcements were summoned and within 2 minutes an army of restuarant employees showed up to help.

    Favorite Dish: Gyro's and Fries...you know the drill.

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Landstuhl Nightlife

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    Me, with friends at the Blarney Stone

    by Pemby Written Apr 12, 2005

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    The Blarney Stone is in the Landstuhl centrum. It is a cool place, however, the only place I have seen in Europe with an age limit. You must be 21 to get in.

    Dress Code: Relaxed.

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    Me with a friend @ the Tree Bar

    by Pemby Written Apr 12, 2005

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    The Tree Bar is a pretty cool place. It is about three stories underground, and has several pool tables in the basement.

    Dress Code: Relaxed

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    The Sinful Black Elixir

    by morgandk Written Jun 14, 2003

    Live Irish music in Germany. Worth the visit due to Guinness draft.

    Dress Code: Lederhosen prefered! LoL ; ) Wear your favorite Irish Pub t-shirt and your green thong underwear. Free beer to any fraulein sporting a greem brassierre!

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