Achat Hotel Mannheim / Hockenheim
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We sat down at the stage and some local theatre group came on to do a German interpretation on the Mad Hatter's tea party from Alice in Wonderland. It was a bit 'Dinner for One' in the fact that they repeated a lot of the lines for effect, which was good at first but then got a bit tiring after 5 times. Just to give you an idea I can still remember the dialogue:
... are ownerless, as long as they are in the open. Wild animals in zoos and fish in ponds or other enclosed private waters are not ownerless. Should a caged wild animal obtain freedom again, it will be considered abandoned if the owner does not decide to go immediately after the animal or if he gives up the chase. A domesticated animal is considered abandoned if it gives up the habit of returning to his appointed place.
... job of it.
We stopped for a Glühwein to warm our fingers and popped into the Dreifaltigkeitskirche to take a look. Quite new in comparison at only 300 years old, it is much smaller, but with intricately carved and painted wooden panelling and balconies. It was definitely the surprise find of the day, unlike the Altstadt from Speyer, which was nonexistant despite the tourist signs. Even Weinheim has a better Altstadt!
... dropped. Despite having a loose driver's door, even Brit Garry Paffett set a fastest time! After 100 minutes of racing, the last lap sign was held out and ex-F1 driver Timo Glock claimed the checkered flag.
I waited in the grandstands to watch the podium celebrations and afterwards eventually made my way through the mayhem down onto the track. I like the Hockenheimring because we are used to having the Clipsal 500 in Adelaide every year, ...
We left the beautiful city of Amsterdam and spent the day driving to Germany. We had a few stops along the way but the highlight was a ferry ride down the River Rhine. We saw lots of castles along the way and lots of beautiful scenery. Had an hour in a historic village dating back to the 1500's, for lunch, German wurst was the menu. Yummy seasoned sausage!
We are making quite a ...