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... to the castle, was in 1303. They certainly knew how to drink in the olden days and the castle has a cellar with some very large wine barrels, the largest of which is a 9 metre diameter oak barrel built in 1750 with a capacity of 228,000 litres. The average person drank up to 10 litres of wine a day and the alcoholic content was 4% to 5%. Prince Henry IV in the mid 16th century was a very overweight alcoholic and decided to do something about it so he ...
... them as well.
I am hoping there is more good than evil in our world but at the moment you could be forgiven for thinking it is about 50-50.
Ya dus is der namen of The Roman Style mineral baths that have made this place famous, if not world wide, then certainly through Europe.It has been operating for 125 years so just to be inside this magnificent old building was worth the visit. The place certainly has a charm ...
After a trip to Colmar France, we stopped at the midway point back home at Baden Baden. We had afternoon tea at the hotel and then explored the Casino, Theater, and beautiful surroundings. We spent the afternoon relaxing at the Caracalla Therme Baths. One thing I've learned how to do since being in Europe is to disconnect on the weekends and enjoy life and Baden Baden is the place to do ...
Today we got up and met up with Siobhan she took us bra shopping with was nice and we went to look for a candy thermometer. We found one but Maggie thinks there will be a better one in Sydney.
We then had some breakfast which consisted on Siobhan and I sharing quiche and an Opera Gateau and Maggie having a passionfruit cake.
We then walked around the local markets and town and got lunch. It was a processed meat on a roll with sauce. Pretty good. And only 2 ...
... really see the similarities and symbolism on the old plan on Wikipedia.
The Karlsruhe Schloss was also destroyed by bombing in 1944. Sadly all of the original furnishings were destroyed, but the Schloss was rebuilt and now houses a museum spanning the entire 3 level complex. The ancient Greek, Roman and Egyptian exhibits weren't so interesting, but on the middle level ...