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Unfortunately I haven't been out much lately because of work and school. Steffie and I did go to the first two of the 7Ps, which is a photographic exhibition dedicated to seven different topics in seven different galleries all revolving around modern life.
We went to the ones in Ludwigshafen about High-Tech, Logistics and Migration at the Wilhelm Hack museum and the Violence and Destruction ...
... into building something so intricate and vast. I know this is nothing compared to some other European sights we will come across, but it was still incredible. The monastery was nestled in the sleepy town of Maulbronn at the foot of some hills. On the hills was a vineyard, which was really picturesque. In this region, the vineyards are all grown on hillsides, which seems kind of challenging. Enjoy the ...
... a log walk through the busy streets I come to a square and
right there on the hill is the old castle and what a picture it was. With photos
taken I then headed down towards the river bank where I got a few wonderful
shots of the old bridge and some lovely houses on the far bank.
Having been on the go al day and not had anything at all to eat other than
a mars bar I decided I better go and hunt for some nice restaurant. I walked up
and down the streets a few ...
... Leigh Fermor, called Between the Woods & the Water, written in the 1930's about his travels on foot across Europe. So I was on a mission. Was a bit worried that I might not get in but all was well and I shared a table with 3 others, no small tables here every one seats 6-8. The place is dark and atmospheric with lots of memorabilia, stag horns , hunting scenes and photos of past students of the university circa ...
... met, and I went flying. A 50 pound backpack can really make trying to stop a fall basically impossible. I hit the ground pretty hard. Despite how ****** it was to eat it with a heavy pack on in a crowded train station, it was heartening to see how many people came to help. About five guys, including the one who had accidentally tripped me, came to see if I was ok (Jonathan was next to me, so they were genuinely checking to ensure I was ok). It took a ...