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... old harbour, so we parked the car and walked back to what looks like a 10m tall replica of the Big Ben. At first sight it looks like a normal clock in the middle of nowhere, but on closer inspection one sees that the numbers only go from 0-9. It is actually a water gauge, which measures the fluctuations from the water level on the Rhine River. Most of the other ones we have seen along the Rhine are digital versions.
... museum in the region: Sinsheim, Speyer, Mannheim and the two car museums in Stuttgart. So I am a little bit over planes, trains and automobiles, which I am not a huge fan of in the first place! So it was basically to go and see the cameras!
The Carl Benz Museum in Ladenburg is the end of a long story from the great man himself. Most people know him as Karl Benz, but that is because the letter C is not common in ...
... use those
machines!! It was then that the penny fell and she explained that those machines
are not cash dispensers but toll machines for trucks using the road system in
Germany!!! What a plonker I am;-)
After a good chat and a nice little break its time to get back onto the wet
and boring motorway once again.
The rain has almost stopped by now and the road looks dry. Its only when
you see a truck up ahead with all its spray coming from the wheels that ...
... Rhineland Pfalz. I took a quick walk to the riverbank, which was quite nice and there were a number of people riding along or enjoying the weather. I decided to walk back over the railway bridge and ended up getting lost in the gardens on the other side. Eventually I found a dodgy underpass that lead me back to the Schloss so that I could catch the tram home.
I hope that every tram trip turns out to be this eye opening!
I have been overseas for three years and on Saturday I celebrated Australia Day for the 3rd time outside of Australia. In 2012, Steffie and I went to the Royal Canadian Legion to celebrate in Banff where we drank Tooheys New and ate a meat pie. Last year we celebrated Australia Day a month earlier at Christmas time with a roast, lamingtons and matchsticks and this year we decided to have a proper Australia Day fest. It just so happens that Winfried's birthday is on the ...