Fulda, Catholic stronghold; and you can feel it all over the city, not just around the main landmark, the cathedral. Fulda is not only the name of the city, but also of the monastery, the diocese and of course the eponymous river. Fulda has nicknames such as university, Baroque and episcopal city.But not only the area around the cathedral with castle, castle park, witches tower, Paulustor and others can be seen. The surrounding area is worthwhile. The Frauenberg with monastery and Petersberg with Liobakirche and St. Peter are other highlights.I was also impressed by the extensive, very beautiful and well-kept gardens, especially on the Fulda.
a day ago
Beautiful tour, compiled and invited by Cornell. Thanks a lot for this.It came with Cornell, Frank, Kathrin, Mandy, Marita and Romy a very nice group together, so the time flew by.Many lakes, beautiful forest trails, small villages with different churches, several restaurants and finally the Rheinsberger castle and garden made the whole experience. I look forward to seeing you again.Hikes of the other competitors can be found below:
7 days ago
1.5 hours for Cologne is a joke, but at least a start and always better than waiting at the station on the train booked.
Of course, going in and looking at something more intensively was not possible, and so, on the recommendation of Nordpol, the local, I completed a small quadrilateral.
I had three things to do today:
First to bring my Filius at 08:30 clock for coach training at SC Siemensstadt
Then to Foto Meyer at Königin-Luise-Platz to acquire a new constant companion.
And last but not least, the weekly market at the Südstern to shop for specials.
How made for a city walk.
First by car to Siemensstadt, then by foot to Foto Meyer and the Südstern. Then heavily loaded with the subway back to Rohrdamm to get the car. Then look at the couch for the 2nd league.Perfect!
On my return from a work assignment in Frankfurt, I made a stop in Halle. Here I was once before many years ago, before the turnaround and has the city since then gray in gray and a little dilapidated in memory.
She is not at all today. Both in the city center and in the outskirts and recreational areas I have experienced a nice, tidy and modern city.
Another morning round this weekend, this time starting in Karlshorst.
Only at the trotting track over, then through the Wuhlheide I then arrived in Köpenick. Then back again, but this time a bit more north through the Wuhlheide ..
An overall round thing. Lots of forest / park, a lot of water and a lot of culture.
We have both made this morning round picked out by Sascha Djokic together.
We left at 08:00 in the morning to escape the midday heat and were back shortly after 11:00. The path runs mostly along the water and there was always something to see. Some forest sections have rounded the whole thing.
Overall a recommended tour to start the day.
Start and finish: Biesenthal market square, to reach by bus (896) from S-Bahn station Bernau.
Start at 8:30
Conditions as usualA beautiful area where you can always go hiking without getting bored.
I hope that I can inspire you with this tour for the Biesenthaler Becken!
At the end of this year's trip to France, I still looked at the beautiful harbor town of Sète. What is striking is the cleanliness, even in the outskirts. The next thing that excited me was the countless cafes, bars and restaurants that are there. If you do not find anything here, you have to stay at home.
The tour, which I've done right, was ultimately too big. A round through harbor, old town and up to the local mountain would have been enough. But so on the last day there was still a sporting requirement by the constant ups and downs, before I sit again in the car forever and jet home.
ich wandere und fotografiere gern in Stadt, Land und den Bergen.