Edenkoben - Villa Ludwigshöhe. Kaiserwetter für des Königs Villa im Rebenmeer.

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D. VERDU on August 6, 2010




Heinz Peierl on August 6, 2010

Schön LIKE 1 Gruß Heinz

®mene on August 6, 2010

Hi Domingo - you like the area of where i do live? I do :) Thank for Y and L...

Hey Heinz - willkommen in der Pfalz :) Dank für das L ...

Blau Clemens on August 9, 2010

Auch das ist gelungen, Gruß Clemens

wolfbam on August 11, 2010

Es Kingse wussde schunn immer, woos schee iss! Woo der so midde im Woi gehoggd hodd, muss der doch eischendlisch aach e ordendlisch Kubberdutt gehabbd hawwe, odder?

Schwiemonster on August 15, 2010

..König müsste man sein ...oder Reblaus :-)

I like it - lg. Ellen

®mene on August 15, 2010

...hatte er bestimmt, Wolfgang. Gleichwohl ist die dann leer gewesen...

Eigntlich bin ich mit meiner Situation - so 150Jahre Königs - auch ganz zufrienden. Er ist berühmt und ich kanns geniesen.

Wir sind schon ein tolles Team - der Ludwig und ich ;)

Cinza on October 19, 2010

Ah yes, this place that reminded me of Roman estates. Appropriate since they were the ones bringing wine into the beer drinking north. It is good to see such grand places preserved, even over here with our recent colonial past. What is most endangered here now, as probably over your way, is the less grand more recent past. This is an example as is this. Both are commercial, once rural, buildings of a rapidly fading recent past. I remember stopping in such places as a child. I remember arrival in this colonial celebrating part of Virginia on a vacation in the early 1950s and being struck by the "colonial look" of even filling stations as in that first photo. Most have gone through their fourth or fifth use and now sit abandoned waiting to be leveled for a new town house development in once rural land.

®mene on August 21, 2013

nice to find that posts i could not catch over the years.

The following Weekend that big happening will go on again. Here some more general informations

Over here I can see that rural structures like that Aldie fillig station are vanishing too. Often replaced by ones like that. We have seen a gas station like that Aldie one on our way to GC north rim on the US67 (Opposite of the DeMotte Campground). That reminded me to old TV-Scenes where those ones were shown.

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