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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!
... up to the town of Speyer which is only a short walk from the ship. Speyer (pronounced Spire) is a nice town of 50,000 inhabitants in the German state called Rhineland-Palatinate. Speyer is one of Germany's oldest towns, founded by the Romans. However, 1024 marked a decisive event in the town when Konrad II a Salian Emperor from the Speyer district was elected King of Germany, making Speyer the centre of imperial politics and making it the spiritual ...
... but there were a few interesting things like the coins. You don't see many old Italian Lira, French Francs, Reichsmarks or Deutsche Marks these days The 1923 Notgeld (Emergency Money) 10,000 Mark coin was pretty interesting from the days of hyperinflation.
Because we haven't been going swimming at all lately, we've been going for a few walks around the place just to get out of the house ...
... else. Same goes for those election maps, which show what parts voted for what party.
2. Physical Maps. Here you can see where all the land features are like rivers, lakes, mountains and oceans. Usually quite easy to read and one of the best kinds; think school geography atlas!
3. Topographical Maps. Some of my favourites because they are ...
... was already organised. Working in a 24 room hotel with only two full time front desk staff means that you have to be a little flexible! It did mean that I haven't really had a free day for the last week though.
To stop myself going too crazy, I decided to take my compact camera into school and do some shooting around Heidelberg. I have such an appreciation for my tiny compact I couldn't live without it! The quote "the best camera is the one you have with you" ...