Bookstore: Buchhandlung M Muehlbauer On the main street in Geilenkirchen next to Cafe Schleypen – an excellent book store in GK with a very friendly, helpful staff. They spoke only German, but were patient with mine and eager to help. The children’s area is very nice and I was able to find some nice story […]
Though these pages haven’t been updated in a while, this is a tremendous resource for us. Surf it a bit and see what’s there. There are even resources on the WW2 battles here. Geilenkirchen English Pages!http://www.web-toolbox.net/gk-en/index.htm Transportation:http://www.web-toolbox.net/gk-en/geilenkirchen-infra03en.htm?reload_coolmenus
BocadilloAlte Poststrasse 10GeilenkirchenTel: 02451-9116250Web: www.baguetterie-bocadillo.de Open: M-F 0830-1900; Sat 1000-1600; Sun Closed Located just across from City Hotel and the train station parking lot is a small, but very nice little sandwich shop run by two of the friendliest people I’ve met in Geilenkirchen. Here at Bocadillo, you can enjoy delicious home made soups, salads, […]
In the small Geilenkirchen market square just next to the fountain and in front of the old church is a nice little restaurant – the Jabusch. I don’t know anything about the hotel facilities, but I’ve been there several times for lunch now and it’s always delicious. I appreciate that they have a daily “schnell” […]
Reader Recommendation… Need a nail lady here? AnnaLisa Tel: 01577-254-0037Address: Next to – Konrad Adenauer Strasse 214 set back on the street. 50 Euro for a full set and 30 Euro for a fill.
The market in Geilenkirchen is small, but good. It has the essentials. Meat, cheese, produce, plants… sometimes pierogies, fresh pasta, leather goods, and other random things. It’s worth a stop. When I go, I never miss the cheese guy. The “cheese guy” at the Geilenkirchen market on Fridays is absolutely wonderful. He speaks beautiful English, […]
Stir crazy with no vacations in sight, or just needing to get out and walk, the local castle, Trips Burg just outside of Geilenkirchen is a great place to go for a quick outing with or without the kids (or dogs). The “water castle” built in the 15th century and then expanded in the 17th […]