Hotel Residenz Karlsruhe
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... 600000 euro a year for up keep. The pipe organ is again fantastic and is relatively new, with a mirror placed so that you can see the organist. He was playing when we walked into the church, the acoustics were awesome. The music enveloped us as we walked around the church. Then down to the Rhine river for a stroll along the path before wandering back into town for a coffee. We then ...
... the GDP comes from tourism and its boomed so big so quickly that the island's resources are being stretched beyond capacity. With so many people on such a small island, the hotels and golf courses struggle to find enough freshwater and the surrounding waters are becoming filled with waste.
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Today we woke up and had another good breakfast of fresh picked cherries. Then we had to say goodbye to Elisabeth because she was going on a business trip. Raphael then drove Tim and I to Karlsruhe. We were playing at the Konzerthaus in Karlsruhe. It was a very magnificent place and many famous orchestras had played there as well. After rehearsal Raphael picked Tim and I back up and drove us home. We then again went to the lake and played some football. Jürgen also got Tim and I ...
... Landau. After his speech we sang "The Lord Bless You and Keep You". Then we all took pictures with him. After our reception with the Chief Mayor, our host mom took Tim and I to a castle outside of Jockgrim. It was an abandoned one that was used for sight seeing and dining. We then had a pizza with onions and ham and cheese, and topped off the afternoon with saumagen. It's the ...
... heard, asking Alina in russian if she actually were from Russia! We were both so surprised about how she could have a clue. "Well, you made me a drawing when I was sad" was her response. So cool! She turned out to be a very sweet girl, and Alina got her contact information, and what will happen next is for the future to decide :)
When we stepped out of the bus in Karlsruhe we were greeted by 15 shining pink flamingos, the train station were just besides ...
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The lift plaque said instlled in 1973 - not much has happened here since. The service, facilities and amenities were OK, but needs som modenization. Double rooms are a little cramped.
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