Hotel am Friedensplatz
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Cakes from the Winter Bakery
And being in Germany you need not only fresh buns… you also need some of those great cakes… so one place we visited often was the winter bakery… sometimes for a cake for the evening snack and sometimes for a cake for coffee time (unless Mama made a cake for ...
... C111 gallery – which did 403 km/hr with 600 hp.
What did we learn?
- Gottlieb Daimler (1834-1900): Was originally a gunsmith completing his apprentice ship in 1852, did some more in engineering in Britain and France and met Maybach in Reutlingen in the Brudgerhaus in 1865 – he worked for Deutz – with Maybach engineered the first gas engine - in Nov 1885 they developed the first 2 wheeled riding ...
... were the romans over 2000 years ago and here they had defense lines against the Germanen…
The largest word clock in the word
Now we saw a lot of different clocks – but one like this we never saw. 25 square meter large it hangs on the wall and you actually read the time: like “five after one”.