Acora Hotel Karlsruhe
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... chemical factory on the outskirts. The heat from the resulting fire was so hot that it melted the surrounding cars! Considering the size of the explosion, it was amazing that only the one gas worker died.
http://www.n-tv.de/panorama/Toter-bei-E xplosion-in-Ludwigshafen-article1383416 1.html
We missed our turnoff and because it was an overhead highway, we ended up having to drive through Oggersheim to get ...
We have spent the past couple days in a tiny town called Bad Wildbad. It's an amazingly good town name and a fantastic place to be. We are in the northern portion of the Black Forest which is in southern Germany. The town is a retirement, rehabilitation, and resort area. It's great because we are here right before things pick up for the winter season if skiing so it is completely deserted of everyone ...
... metres at temperatures ranging from 18 to 38 degrees centigrade. It was awesome :) Relaxing was the theme of the day and afterwards we found it necessary to stroll through the city once again and do a little retail therapy at Pandora and H & M! This was a truly lovely conclusion to a wonderful time here on the other side of the ...
... bought a ticket and went to the other entrance where I found Maggie.
We took a walk to the gardens and then through the castle. It was nice. Lots and Lots of tourists.
Once we were done viewing the castle we then checked out and caught the train. All went smoothly.
Once we arrived we checked in and walked around town. Lunch was a yummy doner kebab which was huge. Way to filling.
We walked it off and then went to the State museum ...
... which we were lucky to get out of.
Karlsruhe is every definition of a planned city and definitely one for architecture fans or conspiracy theorists due to its layout. It is even suggested that it was the inspiration for Washington DC, although the two cities have completely different vibes. The city and palace was the dream of Markgraf Karl III Wilhelm von Baden-Durlach who started construction in 1715. It has had a short, but turbulent history ...