Seeger Living

Karlstrasse 42-44, Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg, 76133, Germany | Condo
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Travel Blogs from Karlsruhe

DIE on Dienstag

A travel blog entry by danielpinno

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... the doctor advised her against flying such a long way and not willing to risk her health, she had to pull out. That was a bit shame because we were all looking forward to travelling together again once more, but I am sure she is more disappointed about it.

Unfortunately because there are no guarantees in life, I didn't end up getting the position in the hotel. Because of the stress of organising a holiday, learning German ...

The Bis-Whiz

A travel blog entry by danielpinno

... enough it also had to do with the fact that the Allied Powers introduced a new currency for the west which caused problems in Berlin as well. Eventually in 1948, the Russians started putting pressure on West Berlin to capitulate so that it could be incorporated into the Soviet Union.

That would have been the best option because then there would have been no Berlin Wall, but then again who knows if the Soviet Union would have collapsed when it ...

Climbing Mountains

A travel blog entry by danielpinno

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... of the time there isn't a direct translation that you can make so you have to learn how it makes sense in German and not English. I have the basics mastered, but when it comes to more than conversational German, it takes me a lot longer to get my thoughts together. For example take the words climbing mountains; that could be taken figuratively or exactly. And if you say mountain climber then you instantly get an image of what that is. ...

Tourist days and party nights

A travel blog entry by larissajcroom

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... sandstone Schloss (castle) first. Wow!! We had the most beautiful views at twilight over the city and river. The half-ruined building in the fading light made for quite a romantic setting! Typically us, we had came in the back entrance and wandered back down the streets to find what remained of the Christmas markets, with me trying to take a short cut through an adventure ropes course in the dark, haha whoops!!

The whole point of our trip to Germany had been ...

Day 8: Heidelberg Sunday 14th December 2013

A travel blog entry by laurenrow

Today we took a trip to the small but beautiful town of Heidelberg, most well known for its castle. We had lunch in a German restaurant, where I had cordon bleu. After lunch we took a long walk up to the castle. Although partly destroyed it was still beautiful, we went on a guided tour through the castle and saw many wonderful sites, especially the gardens where we had a wonderful view over the ...

   

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