Hotel Restaurant Goldener Adler

Am Markt 11, Schwabisch Hall, Baden-Wurttemberg, 74523, Germany
Hotel Restaurant Goldener Adler
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Anyone live around Schwäbisch Gmünd?

by phred1910

I have just moved to SG, and would love to meet other VT'ers in the area.

Also if any VT'ers are going to be in the area, be sure to let me know. A beer is sure to follow...

Re: Anyone live around Schwäbisch Gmünd?

by TXgal

I'll be in Frankfurt this summer........how far is SG from there? Hope you have a great time in SG, I'm sure we'll see lots of pics from you!

Re: Re: Anyone live around Schwäbisch Gmünd?

by phred1910

a couple of hours by car. you can also travel by train. let me know when you are going to be there. we can plan a vt party either in frankfurt or in schwäbisch gmünd, or i will gladly show you around.

Re: Anyone live around Schwäbisch Gmünd?

by TXgal

Very cool......I'll keep in touch. I was just in Madrid and met a fun group of VTers there. It's great to travel and see a city with someone who actually knows the place. Take care ;-)

Travel Tips for Schwäbisch Gmünd

"Kehrwoch'" - A Swabian Virtue

by Kathrin_E

"Kehrwoch'" refers to the weekly cleaning duty, which takes turns among the inhabitants of a house. It is a Swabian virtue which is taken very seriously.

On Saturday, the alley has to be swept no matter what. This applies under all circumstances, even if it concerns a stage where a band of 30 Gugge musicians is playing right now...

Schwäbisch Gmünd

by Gentleman75

"Some information about..."

Schwäbisch Gmünd is a town in the eastern part of the German state of Baden-Württemberg, which lies on the Rems river about 50 kilometers east of Stuttgart (the capital of Baden-Württemberg). It also lies at the northern foot of the Swabian Alb. With a population of around 62.000, the town is the second largest in the whole region of East Württemberg after Aalen.

The first settlement in this area was around the 2nd century AD, when the Roman soldiers settled the nearby Limes. In the 3rd century the border lines were assaulted and taken by the Alemans, who settled down in the areas the Romans had abandoned.

Schwäbish Gmünd was founded in the mid-12th century. It was a free imperial city from 1268 until 1803, when it passed to Württemberg.

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"My experience..."

Schwäbisch Gmünd is a quite big city with the population of around 62.000, but its athmosphere makes it a lovely, small Swabian town. Yes, there are lot of people and cars on the streets, but the tipical Swabian houses, streets, the kindness of the local people can compensate for these.

I liked to spend two weeks here in 1989 as a child, and a few days in 2001 and another few days in 2003.

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