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... flow of the river. That is particularly a problem, when people build dams because the natural flow of sediments, like at the Nile River in Sudan and Egypt, gets disrupted. That effects a lot of things like fish migration, farming and even worse water politics. Just look at the Murray River (American English) or River Murray (British English) in Australia.
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... Prince Frederick married Elizabeth Stuart and brought her from England to live in the castle. They made renovations to the castle and also helped make Heidelberg the cultural centre of Europe. Outside the castle, Frederick had Elizabeth's Gate built as a surprise birthday present in one night. Unfortunately the 30 year war with France intervened and the French destroyed and burnt the castle in 1693 and they did a good job of it as soldiers in those days ...
... summer with the good camera and do it justice.
Steffie booked in Sunday Easter Brunch down at the Strandbad, Mannheim's equivalent of a beach. It is a patch that was cleared out just south of Mannheim on the Rhine River and it is a pebble beach on the inner curve. According to the sign, it was first developed starting in 1920/21 to combat:
"zum ersten Mal mit der sogenannten wilden ...
... seemed to be a bigger emphasis on Africa and Germany this year than say the USA or South America. Hiking and Biking Tourism is definitely on the rise and there were stands dedicated to just those travel types. Active tourism or adventure tourism you could call it seems to be a big drawcard. But there was no representation from hostels or youth travel. If you like bikes and trains you could combine your ...
... river. We drift past the hidden beach where a few people are chilling, drinking, smoking, guitar, bonfire, topless.
We keep floating, floating, you know, nice and slow. We swim towards the center and aim towards a buoy. Nice and slow we drift towards it, perfecting our angle so we don't miss it. Finally we get there and grab the handles. And BAM our legs get pulled behind us so we ...