Ibis Budget Karlsruhe
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... out of the dead level of the surrounding green plains, visible from a great distance down the bends of the river, and with just exactly room on the top of its head for its steepled and turreted and roof-clustered cap of architecture, which same is tightly jammed and compacted within the perfectly round hoop of the ancient village wall.
Talk about being descriptive! He could have put a few more full stops in though!
... founded in 1386 and is the oldest university in Germany and was the fourth university established in the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation. The university is federally funded and is free of charge for both local and foreign students but only 19% of the students are foreign because the entrance exams are difficult and must be completed in fluent German. There are 32,000 students. In the afternoon the sun was shining and consequently it warmed up a bit and ...
This one is going to be a bit random, so bear with me. Steffie has been going through the attic with her parents, in an attempt to bring some order to the chaos that is the German equivalent of a backyard shed. They have found some interesting stuff to say the least including old coins, egg scissors, travelling toiletry kits and about a thousand books and puzzles. Most of it is ...
... palace garden. The garden had a large pond with ducks and a heron. It also had a train like Roeding Park running through it. The trees were numerous, very large and many different varieties. There were also large green areas where university students, mothers with small children and senior citizens were studying and relaxing. We bought sandwiches and had a picnic in ...
... left the sightseeing aside and headed to Primark for some End-Of-The-World shopping. I say that because you could not imagine how many crazy people were in the store: it was absolutely full with people picking up everything and piles of clothes everywhere. This is how I would imagine a break down of social order to be when the Apocalypse is eventually announced. Then again when I can pick up a Tshirt for 2,50€ then who's complaining! Having said ...