Ibis Budget Karlsruhe
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of Lenovo. And with a bargain basement price of 399 Euros, it was too good to pass up. I'm past the stage of buying a really good computer for gaming so it will do for writing essays.
Steffie and I got up early on Saturday and took the train to Korbach to pick up her new car. We were going to take the normal train, but Steffie wanted to be there before lunch so she booked a ticket on the ICE. Normally they are twice the price, but there's no other way ...
... it is safe to say that in a globalised world, the United Nations as a whole is very important.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization or UNESCO is one of these agencies and has a wide variety of activities and functions. It is ...
... although not outstanding.
Really cool and outstanding was my little trip up the castle. I walked down but drove up with a cool lift :-) The castle is absolutely beautiful, a must see. I only had little time so I went to see the pharmacy museum in the castle walls, rather then visiting the castle rooms.
I would have loved to stay longer still am very happy with what I saw. The castle / the ruin of the castle is charming and beautiful.
... 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 ...