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... out of the dead level of the surrounding green plains, visible from a great distance down the bends of the river, and with just exactly room on the top of its head for its steepled and turreted and roof-clustered cap of architecture, which same is tightly jammed and compacted within the perfectly round hoop of the ancient village wall.
Talk about being descriptive! He could have put a few more full stops in though!
... cars etc. There is also an iMAX theatre that shows movies relevant to the displays. This south west part of Germany is very prosperous with lower unemployment than the national average and higher education levels. Cars were invented in this region by Karl Benz. In a nearby town there is the huge BASF Chemical Company plant which covers 10 sq km and employs 38,000 of the company's total 120,000 employees. The operation also has its own railway stations and ...
... our legs. I never understood how important that is until I started living on my own in Findon. I used to walk around the triangle of Grange, Findon and Crittenden Roads to get some fresh air and it was always good to walk down to the beach and back, which took a little longer. There are so many things that you notice about the area you live in by going for strolls. Up at Blackwood as a kid, we ...
... Unlike Canada, they don't roam around here in droves. In the lake however, there were more than enough large carp swimming around the gondolettas looking for an easy meal. It is amazing how large and how many there are. The Chinese garden is cool as well, but it is a shame that you can't drink tea inside the teahouse.
Definitely the best place to be to relax and enjoy the sunshine outdoors in Mannheim!
... ok, Chinese!) we spent several hours wandering through the streets resisting the bright lights of the shops and eventually headed back to Mannheim.
On my third full, and last, day I was taken to an Ice Hockey match. Now here in the UK, I know that we have some ice hockey teams and that there is a small following for it, but in Germany, well I can only describe the excitement as something similar to being in Cardiff when Wales are playing rugby!
It was Mannheim ...