Alcatraz Hotel am Japanischen Garten
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... founded in 1386 and is the oldest university in Germany and was the fourth university established in the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation. The university is federally funded and is free of charge for both local and foreign students but only 19% of the students are foreign because the entrance exams are difficult and must be completed in fluent German. There are 32,000 students. In the afternoon the sun was shining and consequently it warmed up a bit and ...
... that I guess most people would go to their local and pay a couple of Euros instead.
It is sort of hard to imagine that going for a swim in the river to wash yourself would be a wild event that would be so dangerous! I particularly like the word Baderei. In German you can add -erei to the end of a word to associate it with that verb like Bäckerei (bakery), Schlägerei (punch up) or ...
... get a gumball. It wasn't until Nathan and Traci were talking about how they wouldn't eat those gumballs that the kids worked out that as the town was very small that it was quite likely those lollies were very, very old! They did not chew them for very long after that!
We were soon back in the car and off to Chateau Freckenstein. The car park to the castle is at the bottom of the hill below it. It was very quiet and only ...
... the train to Kaiserslautern, the main 'city' of the region. Apart from here and Landstuhl, the many villages didn't really have any obvious shops or businesses, they were very quiet and quaint. Soon they all looked the same.
Kaiserslautern didn't really have a great deal to offer either. We took the day slowly, trying to learn how to slow down and relax again after the pace of London. You have no idea of how 'Go Go Go' life is until you step away from the ...
... cool! There is talk of Frankfurt or Heidelberg, who knows! We definitely need to map out where we want to go, so hopefully we work that out soon!
anyyyyway! I'll be sure to get some pictures up shortly, I just thought I'd start off saying hi, i'm alive and let everyone know how excited I am to be here! I feel so blessed to be apart of something so amazing!