Youth Guest House (Jugendgastehaus) Stuttgart
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My stay in Stuttgart later this week will give me a pleasant diversion from my prior travels. I will have company from home visit for two weeks to do some genealogy research in the area.
I spent time on Sunday writing nine thank-you notes from my time in Heilbronn. Additionally I started updating my research notes from visits to the Bretzfeld Archiv and Waldbach Pfarramt. I ate dinner at the apartment. I can say that it is really good to be back in an apartment rather than ...
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From there we spent some time visiting a number of War Cemeteries, placing poppies on various relatives / relatives of friends....so many made such a sacrifice. I must confess I didn't realise that there were so many cemeteries, or for that matter that so many died...horrific.
For anyone intending to visit as part of the WW1 ...
... of Hoki’s late wife Wally. Backnang is a typical German town that grew up in a small river valley. It grew out of the valley and across the nearby hills, and that generally meant that if visiting on foot, you would end up doing some serious up and downhill walking. I was at least a year out of Grand Canyon hiking shape, and it certainly showed. The cemetery was relatively easy to get to so after a 15-minute walk, we were able to pay our respects to ...
... 8221; one of the left over from the original festival??
Who had the idea to celebrate the Volksfest?
In 1815 a giant Volcano interruption in Indonesia brought huge amounts of dust particles in the jet stream, causing crop failure and famine in Europe. The winter of 1815/16 was the coldest ever: snow until May ...
... the pope started a yearly fasting time before Easter: the people should eat less, especially no meat and pray more. That’s where the word Carnival comes from: meat – carne and good buy –vale. In the middle age the people feared to go to hell and followed the laws of the church. So before the fasting the people wanted to enjoy some special meals.