Bodensee


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a lake in southeastern Germany on the northern side of the Swiss Alps

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Bar the odd minor incline, the Bodensee Cycle Path is mostly flat and well signposted, making it doable for cyclists of every fitness level.
This book, published with financial support from the Oberschwabische Elektrizitatswerke (OEW), is the result primarily of archival treasures in the Landratsamt of the District Bodensee.
One may wonder why so much needed to be written on a short text by a twenty-two-year-old student, whose eight-day journey on foot from Stuttgart to the Bodensee and the Rheinfall represented a first break to freedom from harsh discipline.
This is the smart place to be seen in the Bodensee, with upmarket hotels lining the shore - one of which was the overnight stop for a group of British Ferrari owners on safari, their sports cars lined up in the car park.
The Bodensee region accounts for about 70% of Germany's 5,000 tonnes of apple exports to the UK," he said.
Stadler's admiration for the beautiful spot of German landscape on which he grew up seems to stand in some contrast to his nostalgia for exotic places where palms grow and cannibals roam, until we recall that it is people, not scenery, that impel him to abandon the area around the Bodensee for his "Reisen ans Ende der Welt.
Zumthor's most recently completed major work is the Kunsthaus at Bregenz, where Austria fleetingly touches the east end of Lake Constance, the Bodensee.
Handke's other plays include Das Mundel will Vormund sein (1969; "The Ward Wants to Be Guardian"; My Foot My Tutor) and DerRitt uber den Bodensee (1971; The Ride across Lake Constance).
Subsequent plays in English translation include Kaspar (1968; translated as 1969), based on the true story of a boy whose first sixteen years were spent hidden in a closet; Wunschloses Ungluck (1972; translated as A Sorrow Beyond Dreams, 1975), an objective yet moving memorial to Handke's mother, who committed suicide; Rittuber den Bodensee (1970; translated as The Ride Across Lake Constance, 1976); and Die Unvernunftigen sterben aus (1973; translated as They Are Dying Out, 1979).
Tenders are invited for Supply of flexible wire and fastening material for the beaver management in the districts of astringent, internalisation, ravens burg, wrestling and bodensee circle
Route 5 runs from Lausanne up to Romanshorn on the Bodensee (Lake Constance), with around 350 kilometres of relatively flat, traffic-free paths.