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Well, we've been busy little travellers since our last post, We've travelled many miles from Barcelona to Germany and Austria, then to Poland and Czech Republic and back to Germany again, so our heads are spinning a bit with so many engrossing places and beautiful towns and cities .. We've had some grey days with plenty of fog everywhere we go but it doesn't dampen our spirits. It's now a part time job for us to constantly ...
... 8230; and afterwards we climb down the back way to the Hauserbrunnen for a quick refreshment before we come back.
Cooking and Eating
And we spend a lot of time in the house with Mama and Aunt Els… ok Paul was happy he brought his computer… I don’t think he was too interested in all ...
... Benz: 1926 they merged into Daimler-Benz AG: actually Daimler and Benz never met in person – but simultaneously developed the first automobile: Benz in Mannheim and Daimler in Stuttgart in 1886.
Both companies were always committed to highest standards – the best of the good
Both Daimler and Benz marketed their inventions internationally
After WWI with the economic collapse – development was difficult ...
... and check out the Muenster
Heilig Kreuz Muenster
It was once of the first large hall churches in Germany
They started building it between 1310-30. In 1497 both towers collapses during the night of Good Friday – no one got injured, even the church was full - Todays church was rebuilt in 1551.
When you go in ...
... I stopped to walk around one of the several interesting–looking transit stops that I had seen on my travels during the last 2 weeks. It was at Weinsteige (wine climb) which is in a hilly area above the city which lies in a valley. When I exited and crossed the street and then walked a short distance, I was on a narrow, steep, tree-lined road that apparently had quite a few houses, but they were for the most part well-hidden by the foliage. This was an environment that would offer ...