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The name of the city dates back to the 10th century when it was more freely referred to as The Horse Stud and that is the origin of it name. you will see from the panorama of my hotel that it is a beautiful city and also famous for its mineral baths, which I didn't get to try.
It has a reputation way back to the 15th Century as being a clean city and ...
... The manager back at my Rhine Hotel put me on to this place and it is truly beautiful. He and his wife come here at least once a year and you can imagine it being quite busy through the summer.The Germans love their hot springs/spas/sauna type of stuff and although there is not too much history attached to this area it is certainly famous for the former and its name,"Bad" means bath.
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... are also "priority" roads where there are even more rules
5. There is a speed limit on the Autobahn
When I tell someone back in the states that I got a speeding ticket in Germany, I usually get a puzzled look--like, how the heck did you manage to do that? Sure there are sections of the Autobahn where there is no mandated speed limit, but the recommended maximum is 130km. You can be held liable if ...
... mit Duvec Reis, Ajuvar and Zweibeln (pork on a skewer, rice with tomato and paprika, a relish of red bell peppers and garlic along with onions).
On Saturday I walked around the area of the apartment to familiarize myself with the surroundings. The area doesn’t seem to have the variety of shops, being more residential, as in other locations that I have been, but all the necessities are within easy walking distance—2 groceries, 4 bakeries, 4 restaurants, a ...
We left Australia on Tuesday morning, at 3am. We were very tired, so we both curled up on chairs at the airport while we were waiting for our plane to leave.
Our first stop was in Malaysia, where we had an hour to explore the airport.
This is not outside - it's in the middle of the airport. They have this huge room with a jungle in it, ...