Hotel Ristorante Il Mulino
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... to do there but take pretty pictures of it, it was a definitely must see landmark in our opinion!
We took a quick look at the outside of the German parliament (Reichstag) building where Hitler was elected in 1933. Another huge building that made for an impressive photo. There was a pretty regimented process to get inside, but because we both are not that into the elections and governmental process we didn't go in. The outside of the building ...
... rohkem. Kurat nad ikka oskavad (loe: ei oska) neid teid ehitada. Sellised kuumaastikud, et jube. Kiirusepiirangud pidevalt 40-70 km/h ja seda täiesti mõtetutel kohtadel, kus just võiks rahulikult ja kiirelt sõita. Enne piiri oli ka üks tüüpiline Poola avarii kiirteel. Üks pisikene tagant otsasõit ja kohal oli miljon vilkuriga autot ja terve liiklus oli pool tundi suletud. Aruamaisaa, mis jama neil nende avariidega on, et iga väikse kõksu ...
... interesting things walking around the streets of Berlin. As a result, walls have become a great source of amusement.
I've passed by dozens of colorful walls.No they aren't exactly professional street murals like the ones that line the Philadelphia Mural Mile. Nevertheless, each of these walls is worth pausing a moment or two to look at. Some brick walls have been turned into real creative pieces of artwork. From afar you can make out a ...
Being our last morning in Budapest we decided to start the day by going for a run around Margaret Island which is located in the middle of the Danube River just up from the Parliament Building. Michelle was particularly impressed by the cushioned running track which followed the perimeter of the island. While it threatened to rain during our run, thankfully we managed to get back to our guesthouse dry. Before checking out we decided ...
... and to accept Vertumnus. She is swayed by these words
and consents to be with him and they live happily ever after. I like it
because it has a good message and is one of the few stories in Greek
and Roman mythology that doesn't involve sticky love situations with the
Gods/Goddesses, murder, violence, incest, or underage liaisons that runs rampant in that
Unlike the Medicis of Florence who could commission ...