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... language you select. There was a dialog between a young girl and her grandfather who told about each of the sites we saw along the trip. The bus stops at 10 different sites to permit you to get off and explore or to stay on and continue the tour. If you get off, you can catch the next bus an hour later. The tickets are good for a 24-hour period of time. We simply wanted to see the various sites around town, so we―like many others―stayed on for the entire time of about 2 ...
... to the top and walk down a spiral staircase. The cars are immaculately presented in chronological order....and with various world events documented along the way.
We finished our tour and had a good lunch and great coffee
We then waited our turn and had a go in a vehicle simulator....very exciting
Final bit of drama for the day related to the car park. We did as instructed and had our ticket validated in the ...
... on every level. And these videos took my view of Mercedes from a rich prick who made fancy cars...to a fighter who had come through poverty, won and had a very high standard.
I am not going to tell you all the details about the museum, because it is one museum, that I am truly going to recommend to EVERYONE.
Regardless whether you like cars.
I didn't. I still don't have too much care for them....but I respect Mercedes Benz so much ...
... no summer, lots of rain making it impossible to have a harvest. People in Germany were starving – the little existing flour was stretched with sawdust. When Kaiser Wilhelm I became king of Wuertemberg in 1816 his brother-in-law the Russian Zar helped him by delivering grain. In 1817 when the first harvest was brought in Kaiser Wilhelm ...
... Castle Reussenstein – July 16, 2006
Built in 1270 by the dukes of the Teck, so that they could watch the pass which goes onto the swabian alb. Within 50 years it went through 11 different owners. The last person living here left in 1550 when it started to fall in disrepair. In 1806 it became property of the State of Baden Wuertemberg. In 1846 they hunted here the last lynx in ...