WuGI and Hebi went for a hike.
July 5, 2017
The tour starts at the small car park directly on the banks of the Main and leads first to the observation tower in the bird sanctuary. From here you can see the more than 200 pairs of gray herons that have their clumps in the hillside forest near Roßstadt. In order to be able to follow their flights… read more
WuGI went for a hike.
May 27, 2017
The small circular route starts just before the Valzner Weiher, leads through the wetland on Hutgraben to Holzweiher, from there to Russenwiese and back to the Valzner Weiher. Since the roads are in good condition and there are no gradients, the tour is very easy to handle. A recommendable refreshments… read more
April 14, 2017
The circular walk leads through a beautiful, varied landscape, which is also of cultural and historical interest.
March 24, 2017
Very beautiful photos
February 17, 2017
For lovers of lofty or idyllic landscapes, this chain of small ponds may be a disappointment; but other visitors can find something interesting (even in winter) - not only because of the many waterfowl, which you can observe during a walk.
January 14, 2017
Jizo: According to Buddhist teachings, Jizo is a bodhisattva, an "enlightened one" (roughly comparable to the Christian helpers). He is considered the companion of the dead in the underworld, but also has the function of judge of the deceased. Jizo is portrayed as a monk with a shaved head, often wearing… read more
December 11, 2016
The tour leads to some of the most interesting highlights of Yokohama. It starts in Chinatown - accessible via the Motomachi-Chukagai subway station; much nicer is the approach with the "Sea Bass" on the water! (See "Traveling in Yokohama I" komoot.de/tour/13628871). The tour ends at Sakuragicho station… read more
December 5, 2016
The Sea Bass is a type of water taxi that - after a fixed timetable (about every 15 minutes) and with stops at four moorings - drives along the Bayside from Yokohama.
November 16, 2016
Kamakura is a city of not quite 175,000 inhabitants southwest of Tokyo. She has a great cultural heritage - especially since she was the governing city of Japan from 1192 to 1333.
The path leads from the Big Buddha (Daibutsu) to the Hase Temple (Hase-dera) in Kamakura.
Some further explanations can be found in the highlights.
October 10, 2016
Of course, this is not the place to go hiking - and you do not even need to talk about mountain biking ... An impressive highlight for any visitor to Yokohama is the cemetery! For here the strangers, the Gaijin, had an extraterritorial area since the middle of the 19th century. And here they could also… read more