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Lenze Radltouren 2010

Radsport-Ausdauertraining mit Freunden und Kollegen von Lenze.
Lenze ist eine Firma, die Automatisierungssysteme und Industrieantriebe entwickelt und produziert. Siehe hier: http://www.lenze.de/
Zum Weserbergland gehören Teile von Niedersachsen, Hessen und Nordrhein-Westfalen. Städte des Weserberglandes sind Holzminden, Höxter, Bodenwerder, Hameln, Rinteln, Vlotho, Lemgo und Detmold.

Cycling condition training with friends and colleagues of Lenze.
Lenze is a company, that developes and produces automation systems and industrial drives. Look here: http://www.lenze.com/en/home/
Weserbergland is a hilly region (thus the name, Bergland = hilly region) in Germany (parts of Lower Saxony, Hesse and North Rhine-Westphalia) near the river Weser. Cities of this region are Holzminden, Höxter, Bodenwerder, Hameln, Rinteln, Vlotho, Lemgo and Detmold.

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  • Carolynd411 (Private)
    14 years ago
    What an absolute breathtaking view with the patchwork design of the green and yellow fields and the rolling hills in the background! This photo brings back beautiful memories of my first visit to Munich and Frankfort, Germany in September 1989. Joe and I were on our honeymoon. We spent our first week in Luxembourg attending a two-day wedding; and then we decided to visit several of his friends in the above cities. Often we got off the autobahn and took the more leisurely drive in the countryside. I was amazed at the miles and miles of beautiful pastures of cabbage, rye/wheat fields, and especially the fields of mustard. We drove 8/10-hour days; and the only time I spoke was to give Joe directions of where to take a highway, etc. Although Joe had lived in both these cities for 10+ years and was familiar with driving the highways, I preferred to remain silent--enjoying the vista. With speeds Europeans drive, I didn't want to cause any distractions. I kissed the ground at our destination.
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