Hotel am Wilhelmsplatz
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... time residence of Beethoven where he wrote many symphonies, amazing to be standing in his apartment in front of his actual piano. Strolling around the city was quite surreal especially standing in the centre of Heldenplatz was amazing to think of the history associated with this place, in particular the Nazi's marching through the square during before WW2. The highlight of our stay here however was the open air ice skating - it ...
... try to get rid of them.
At about 11pm, the lights started coming on and we were shoo’ed out of the tent. Surprisingly it didn’t take long for them to clear the entire tent out and begin emptying the fairground. We were pretty much done for the night so we all jumped into taxis to take us back to our beds. Of course, we couldn’t go down without a night cap, but we were still in bed by just after ...
And when the weather is nice… then we go shopping the old fashion way by foot… with a basket and it gives us also a lot of time to admire the nice frame buildings… enjoy the marketplace and town hall…. And we always love it to go to the local butcher… ...
... 1846-2929): he became Daimlers chief design engineer – he developed the first modern car in 1901 - in 1876 at the World Exhibition in Philadelphia he met Wilhelm Steinbach, who visited Bad Canstatt and got exclusive rights for US and Canada – he later went into development a better Zeppelin engine: the luftfahrzeug Motor Gesellschaft was renamed in 1918 to Maybach and in 1922 they started to build luxury ...
Today Maggi said she will show us Schwaebisch Gmuend – the town she is living.
We meet the Staufer clinic
And first when we started out – Maggi drove by the Stauferclinic in Mutlangen, which we discovered is only one km away from where Maggi lives.
Going down steep
So one thing ...