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After an excursion in Pfortzeim yesterday to do some shopping and to check out the bike path, we found our way back to the city. It had been totally flattened during the war and was rebuilt. Only a few old buildings remain on the outskirts. We started off heading along the wrong river so, when we discovered our mistake, we headed off on a road route given to Lilli by a man from whom she had ...
... ride was only supposed to take 10 minutes, just in time for us to jump on the train, but there was a traffic jam at the bridge and we had to walk across. Unfortunately we found out why that was because a 74 year old guy had had a heart attack, whilst bike riding and died on the spot just as we were walking past. The ambulance guys had just finished working on him and couldn't help him.
We missed the ...
... arrived on time at 5.27 pm in Munich main station. A taxi was taken back to the hotel just enough time for a quick freshen up & down to lobby of hotel to meet our tour director & the rest of our group some 42 in all & all Australians. The directors name is Annettte, a Scot from Glasgow, so looks like we'll get on well. After a drink & 3 course buffet me all we retired to bed as we are sleep deprived. Guten Nacht ...
Seventh Stop: Heidelberg, Germany. This was an adorable little town with the town square outside of our hotel, a river and elaborate bridge just a block away and the castle above us on the hillside. Some mornings, Courtney and I would watch wedding after wedding come through the city building from out window or down in the town square over a drink. We lost count after about 9 weddings in 2 days. In Heidelberg we explored ...
It was a warm, sunny day on Sunday, so we decided to head to Luisenpark to make the most out of the day. I had only been to Luisenpark once before, but I wanted to test out the Canon 700D. I haven't used it in over a month because my studies have been so stressful lately.
We drove into Mannheim and parked in a large parking lot nearby, which also serves the football crowds when SV ...