Star Inn Karlsruhe
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- Pets allowed
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... to the castle, was in 1303. They certainly knew how to drink in the olden days and the castle has a cellar with some very large wine barrels, the largest of which is a 9 metre diameter oak barrel built in 1750 with a capacity of 228,000 litres. The average person drank up to 10 litres of wine a day and the alcoholic content was 4% to 5%. Prince Henry IV in the mid 16th century was a very overweight alcoholic and decided to do something about it so he ...
... mirrored on both wings of the building.You don't have a towel, you are completely naked
So enough on the nudity and what about the experience? I have to say yes, it is worthwhile. Would I recommend it? Yes definitely. Did it fix any ailments? Hmm not sure yet but my “pinched nerve” shoulder does feel a fraction better. Time will tell and it would be over the top to think one visit will do the job.
You pay about $22 Euro, you can pay ...
After a trip to Colmar France, we stopped at the midway point back home at Baden Baden. We had afternoon tea at the hotel and then explored the Casino, Theater, and beautiful surroundings. We spent the afternoon relaxing at the Caracalla Therme Baths. One thing I've learned how to do since being in Europe is to disconnect on the weekends and enjoy life and Baden Baden is the place to do ...
... for an unknown reason. Despite Alina pinching my side I had no clue because I'm a bit stupidsky sometimes. Alina started drawing a picture and I leaned over to ask what it was. "Schh!!" She said, and nodded towards our neighbour. I got a glimpse of an owl and a heart on the picture, just before Alina handed it over to the girl. The tears of sadness turned into tears of joy, and all of a sudden the girl just asked "davai davai rusky?", at least this is what ...
... interesting ideas for curing diseases, many of which would likely be considered poisonous or more dangerous than the disease itself. Until the modern era, pharmacists had a lot of collecting and a lot of chemistry to make their drugs and even find the supplies for them. The museum is definitely not something I would search out on my own but I'm glad we did go to it.
After the castle and museum, we headed back into town ...