Leonardo Hotel Mannheim City Center
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Heated pool
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
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... on the rise.
A lot of people go to the expo to pick up a good deal for the summer holidays. I can't say that I usually book so early, but we are planning on going to Berchtesgaden National Park and Salzburg this year. It is just amazing how big tourism is here in Europe, especially in our generation. There is a market and an offer on just about anything or anywhere!
... was eventually introduced in 1900 and has been under constant revision ever since. That is the thing about law, it is never static, sort of like taxation! There are always loopholes to close.
The book has a pretty straight forward setup and once you understand the layout (German aside) then it easy to navigate. It has five sections which are:
Allgemein - General Part
Schuldrecht - Law of Obligations
... plastic, which makes it quite light. Walking up to the cathedral I went all the way back to the castle wall to take a photo and realised that I was too far away! You just can't zoom in like a normal lens, in fact its quite the opposite because it zooms out. I went up and took a normal shot at 10mm and it makes the cathedral look like its bending over.
We walked inside to check it out and to be honest the cathedral is quite ...
... foggy pea soup, which was quite amazing.
I've only been to the Dachsbuchel once before when I did a hike with Ryota. It is one of many wineries in the region and of course they had their own version of a Christmas Market, with arts and crafts, local wine and food. The thing to drink at a Christmas Market or Weihnachtsmarkt is a Gluhwein or Mulled Wine, which is warm, spiced red wine, although there are ...
... smell to find out. Jean-Christophe dug right in – even for breakfast! His French nose is probably more used to pungent cheese than my delicate North American sniffer. We ate out a lot; the Alsatian diet is heavy on the meat and the portion sizes were generous. The wines were good. I biked through some of the vineyards with Marguerite and Corentin on the way back to Colmar from Munster. The countryside was ...