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MadSuh's pictureby MadSuh review
added on 12th of October, 2006
The Mushroom Season has finally begun! Right after we got back from Vienna, I took off the next day to find some mushrooms. I love these things. It's a nice hunt and you can have a nice walk in the local forests.

I went to my favorite spots and found close to nothing:(However, one of the days I went to the pre-Alps as we call the area just north of the Apls and we found a lot of these orange mushrooms that are very tasty. Too bad I don't know the name in English. They are called Reizger in German.

Ok... I spent a week in Germany and off I was again for another quick trip to Hungary. This time not for work but just to relax at my father's vacation home.

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Work and Holiday Travel - overview

1. Aug 3, 2006 Having great time at Rutenfest (Ravensburg)  (* 5)
2. Aug 3, 2006 My visits to Oradea (Oradea)  (* 3)
3. Aug 23, 2006 One Night in Budapest (Budapest)
4. Aug 24, 2006 Five hours of Vienna (Vienna)  (* 6)
5. Sep 7, 2006 Trip to my house at lake Balaton in Hungary (Csopak)  (* 21)
6. Sep 25, 2006 Back home in Ravensburg (Ravensburg)

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Ravensburg History

After the fall of that dynasty Ravensburg started to reign itself. These right were confirmed in 1278 by Rudolf I., the habsburgian emperor. Ravensburg was from this times a free city, with only the emperor above it. The castle Ravensburg was still owned by the emperor and from this times seat of the Landvogt, an official of Rudolf I. The citizens of Ravensburg built an tower about 50 meters high, to be able to look at the offical of the emperor. This tower was later on called "Mehlsack", because of its white color, similar to flour. In late medieval times, Ravensburg was the seat of a well known german trading company, the Humpis,... Read more »


Recent reviews for Ravensburg

Der mehlsack - Jul 28, 2009, by Victoria
Der mehlsack ist einer der vielllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllen  toooooooooooollllllllllllllen Türme in RV.Er hat mindestens 400 stufen und ist mindestens 50 meter hoch ich finde er ist der... Read more »

The versatility of Ravensburg - Apr 12, 2009, by Wazling
Ravensburg is a amazing place. In the two world wars it wasn't heavily hit, so the medieval town is completely preserved. It's really interesting to see for example the old town hall from the 15th century or the many towers of medieval... Read more »

Why come to Ravensburg? - Dec 15, 2008, by MadSuh
I live in this town... anybody who has ever been here will confirm that this is one great little place. There are only 50,000 people living here, but live is gooood. the town is small, but had not been destroyed in a long time, so that all... Read more »

Having great time at Rutenfest - Oct 12, 2006, by MadSuh
Rutenfest was again awesome. I always feel fortunate to be able to spend time with all my friends there. It's a ton of people that you only see once a year and you still have a somewhat close relationship with all of them. In the US this... Read more »

Türme - Jul 24, 2009, by Victoria
In RV gibt es viele Türme und jeder hat seine eigene Geschichte.Es gibt z.B. Den Mehlsack,dan Blaserturm,die Veitsburg,der gemalte Turm,das Untertor,das Obertor,... .Also und jeden kann man besichtigen(glaub ich jedenfalls).Von der... Read more »


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