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... Having said that I just learnt a catchy phrase:
Wer nichts wird, wird Wirt, wer gar nichts wird, wird Betriebswirt.
He who doesn't want do become anything, learns hospitality. He who definitely doesn't want to do become anything, learns business economics! Or you could say losers go into hospitality and complete losers study BWL. A bit unfair I would say!
Business economics is ...
The second stop into the Black Forest region was the Maulbronn Abbey, a Monastery built sometime in the 1300s. The pamphlet we got mentioned it was over 800 years old, but I'm getting confused as some components were a little younger than that, like 600 years old. In any case, it was incredible. They had some descriptions of the masonry that was done to construct it. I just can't imagine the hard work ...
... the problem, at least 1/3 of the city's trees will have to come down.
There is a strong concern for environmental issues in Frankfurt. Train stations had bike parking lots with probably thousands of bicycles. Amazing to see and also gratifying to think about less of a carbon footprint and an emphasis on good exercise.
Heidelberg, located on the Neckar River, is called by many a romantic city, partly because of its splendid views overlooking the ...
... down into it. It seems to never end. I think the one we did was the South Kaibab Trail and they recommend that people leave enough time to hike back out again. Walking down is easy, but what goes down, must come back up! It is just stunning and unbelievably huge.
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2. Angel's Landing, Zion National Park, Utah.
... the main courtyard several minutes later and looked high into the edifice, I was certain that I spied someone high up on a rampart, seeming to run at full speed. Once I noticed this, I pointed it out to the tour guide; soon, every eye in the assembled throng was trained on the upper levels of the colonnade. As all of us watched; breathless (most of the crowd having no idea what had previously transpired) - a fantastic scene unfolded before our very eyes. Fifty feet above the ...