Having great time at Rutenfest, Ravensburg, Germany
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Anyhow, I had two guests from Romania who got to take a look at my crazy city during this interesting time of the year. They rented a car which we used to drive to the airport on the 3rd. It was a very nice day and I had just about recovered from the festival. Quite nice how well everything worked out at the airport, returning the car and so on.
I was desperately trying to call my friend Mano in Stuttgart to meet me for a cup of coffee before taking off to Hungary and then Romania. I couldn't reach him of course... this was at noon and he was probably still asleep recovering from the Saturday night party.
The flight is really convenient and cheap. We were flying Germanwings, which is one of the discounters in Europe. You can get flights for 1 where you only need to pay for taxes and the flight is like a cab, you hop in, pick any seat and off you go.
Once we arrived in Hungary, we had a driver waiting for us. This was rather by mistake, usually we take the mini bus which takes you directly to Romania, but my friend's sister messed up booking it. The cost is still only $100 for the 4 hour drive. Typically they charge you about $20 per person for the bus and $25 per person for the train., so this wasn't a bad deal at all.
Anyhow, when I arrived in Oradea I called up a friend to hit the town a little bit. I ended up partying again!!! This club I went to is called Escape... Quite fun place indeed and CHEAP! Hehehehehe
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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 is one of the oldest medieval towns in the area of the so called "Schussental", a valley of an river called "Schussen". The origin of the city can be traced back to the celts who already settled upon the later castle hill of Ravensburg with an castle, for war times. The city was first mentioned by documents on 1088 A.C. and the name derives by the castle, the dynasty of the Welfen built there on 1050. The last Welf, living on the Ravensburg, was Welf IV, duke of Spoleto. He gave the castle and the area to his nephew Friedrich I. Barbarossa., not to Henry thge Lion, duke of Bavaria and Saxony, who was maybe born... Read more »
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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 »
Über Ravensburg - Sep 2, 2006, by MadSuh
Erstes Lied Vom Barette schwankt die Feder, wiegt und biegt im Winde sich. Unser Wams aus Büffelleder ist zerfetzt von Hieb und Stich. Stich und Hieb, und ein Lieb, muß ein, ja muß ein Landsknecht haben. Unsre... Read more »
Das Humpishaus - Jul 28, 2009, by Victoria
Das humishaus ist eigentlich ein museum das erst neu eröffnet hat es erzählt die Geschichte von Ravensburg. Dort sieht man auch nochmal den ganzen Stadtplan von Ravensburg und der Eintritt ist sehr billig .So viel gibt es nicht... Read more »
Die liebfrauen - Jul 28, 2009, by Victoria
Hallo Leute ich will euch von der Liebfrauen erzählen sie werden sich fragen wer oder besser gesagt was ist das.Nun es ist eine katholische Kirche.Die Stadtkirche in Ravensburg.Es ist eine große und wunderschöne Kirche und... Read more »
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