Hotel am Karlstor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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The final thing we did on Sunday was drive along the scenic road that winds up and through the Black Forest. Germans call this the Schwarldhochstraße, we called it the scenic road as the former is a bit difficult to pronounce. It was really beautiful, and winded about 60 km up to the highest elevation ...
... into building something so intricate and vast. I know this is nothing compared to some other European sights we will come across, but it was still incredible. The monastery was nestled in the sleepy town of Maulbronn at the foot of some hills. On the hills was a vineyard, which was really picturesque. In this region, the vineyards are all grown on hillsides, which seems kind of challenging. Enjoy the ...
In Karlsruhe we didn't have much of an itinerary. We slept in late, used all our handy travel apps like tripadvisor and yelp to find high-rated restaurants and attractions nearby, and kept our spending to a minimum. Although we didn't do a lot in Karlsruhe, we still found it to be a nice city.
After about a 5-hour bus ride from Munich to Karlsruhe, we arrived at the station.
Terri is a Marriott platinum member because she
traveled quite a ...
Today was extremely hot, the thermometer in town showed 35 degrees. So I planned my day trips for next week as I will be going to Mannheim and to Stuttgart to look at the universities there. Then I also decided that I would like to go to Strasbourg in France for 3 or 4 days as it is literally only an hour away from Karlsruhe. When I was done with that, I met Bee in town to do some shopping, and on my way there a lady on her ...
... 1023 CE. BCE stands for before common era and CE stands for common era, the two terms that have been chosen to replace BC and AD in historical dating. The tomb of the first abbot is still visible and actually in very good shape so I'm assuming it had some restoration done to it. A lot of the rest of the monastery is partially grown over or mostly destroyed but the
center of it is in decent shape for being as old as it is. ...