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... 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 ...
... was eventually introduced in 1900 and has been under constant revision ever since. That is the thing about law, it is never static, sort of like taxation! There are always loopholes to close.
The book has a pretty straight forward setup and once you understand the layout (German aside) then it easy to navigate. It has five sections which are:
Allgemein - General Part
Schuldrecht - Law of Obligations
... of sleds out there ranging from a plastic disk you sit on to plastic cars with steering wheels and the classic wooden sleds.
They had a great time and the next day there was enough snow for them in the backyard to play with. I went around and took a few photos around Edingen because we didn't get any snow at all last year. It was definitely cool to see, but by New Year's Eve it already started melting again!
Happy New Year everyone.
Cruise down Rhine Castles Soup and ice cream Naked lady statue Lorely Beautiful cliffs Natural barrier during world war 2 Movie a bridge too far Anthony Hopkins Hotel is in Mannheim Dinner white swan and shopping in Heidelberg Fireworks in the streets. The good kind Great souvenir shop with German quality made ...
... 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 ...