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... of the city; picture Centennial Park and The Domain alive with vineyards.
Once again Europe plays its "Regional Card" as folks round these here parts are referred to as Swabian and even have their own dialect. The River Neckar forges its way through the numerous valleys which I am told is unusual for a Germany city to be situated within hills and valleys. The Neckar is a tributary of the Rhine and interestingly The River Enz from ...
... the Easter rush pass me by. Already the trains are filling up with families, holidaymakers, travelers, Uni and school students all heading off or home for Easter. According to my good mate Mark Twain, Baden Baden is the place to be. Just within The Black Forest area it is recognised as Germany's second most beautiful town. I should Google and find out which one is first. In his writings he sings its praises but then he bags the "chips" out of it. No ...
... bossa nova albums.
... were a short walk away, and it was a nice place, so I’m sure he’ll be putting it to good use.
We hadn’t planned on being there for so long, but before we knew it the time was 10pm and Hanno and I had consumed 3 masses of beer. The rain had pretty much stopped by now so we paid up and made our way back to the car. We passed the Hamburger Fisch Markt, which was being torn down as today was the ...
... beer. Each moment was absolutely breathtaking. The next day we woke up and went into Main station of Sttugart, after breakfast and coffee on the porch. There we met up with Miri H, the other Miri, and Nadine. It was our little mini Pais reunion. Colin and I decided to wake up to watch the sunrise. Before we went to bed he came rushing in my room yelling, "Jessie! I know why Micha likes her... It's because she has moon ...