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I lived in
for a few years, as well as worked there. Soest is a small city, very accessible and easy to get around in (keeping in mind it is, like many medieval cities, built in circles radiating out from the Cathedral in the centre of town). It is very conducive to walking or cycling. Not only is Soest historically interesting but it has a wealth of interesting gasthofs, cafes, konditorei, and nightclubs. As Soest was home to both Canadian and British troops from the 1950s through the 1970s and into the 1990s -- as well as Belgian troops -- English is not difficult to find, although one should always try and struggle through in German first. For anyone traveling through this region, Soest is an absolute must see.
… The oldtown part of Dusseldorf rocks.
from 1976 to 1985. I loved the people culture and city. I would love to return to see frends like HUBERTA MULLER - email@example.com.
is a beautiful city with great shops and plenty of night life. There are many restaurants of worldwide origin and the city generally has a welcoming and exciting feel to it. Paderborn is a must for anybody visiting Germany.
is such a beautiful village on top of the Ranges of Teutoburg Forest. It is full of old tiny halftimbered houses, it is so cute! If you are near Münster - visit this place, it will be unforgettable.
Fly really cheap to anywhere in Europe with Germanwings from the
is well known for its suspended train (Schwebebahn). The big industrial city has turned into a cultural place (historical and art museums, University).
is beautiful, if you go there some day you can't miss a soccer game-- these people are so dedicated to their team, it's a great experience. You also have to see the Rhine river and take the lifts up the hills over all the vinyards, if you do I promise you will not be disappointed.
… We have visited Monschua on several occasions and have found it to be a lovely town.
… It is wicked here!
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