Golf Und Landhotel Semlin
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... was unable to
decipher the shower instructions and ended up with a 15 second shower. I
decided to wait until the morning before attempting the shower thing and
retired to bed for a good night’s sleep, disturbed only by a “Horny Hirsh” …. A
kind of buck……that decided to bellow for a girlfriend in the middle of the
night. Sounded decidedly drunk.
... Oh my! Over the past several years, part of their classwork was to assemble whatever
data they could find on this part of the town's history and there were photos
and information none of us had ever seen. We took a lot of photos, chatted a lot with the director and Historian, Dr. Kohnke. Oh geez, talk about being overwhelmed. At the end of the class presentation, the Historian pulled me aside and whispered that many students in the class said ...
... at various parts of the conversation. We discussed much about the German cultures compared to the US cultures. They were very familiar with our Grandparent's history and stature in the town. The Mayor presented each of us with a book specific to the town of Brandenburg and one about the greater region around here, both extremely nice. We presented him, thankfully due to Steve's diligence, 8 or 9 San Francisco Giants World Series hats and t-shirts. It was ...
... Hamerten Syd's bike made a clonking noise so we stopped at a small rest area and found that the front wheel skewer was loose and the wheel was about to come off!
After fixing the problem we noticed a post giving the flood levels for various dates.The flood level for 2013, the year we gave up cycling the Loire because of flooding, was at least 4m above ground level, and this was on a flood plain a long way from the river! From here there was a 5km dyke path to the ...
... a neighborhood, they were largely left intact and if not returned to owners, were eagerly purchased by speculators after the fall of the Berlin Wall, making the city once again a wealthy enclave. Along major thoroughfares however, Soviet-era architecture dominates block after block.
Much of the same schism exists in the city of Berlin, and I am told Berliners generally do not cross over from east to west, and ...