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... and the massive wine barrels. We finished up the evening at a great little spot--the SchnitzelBank which is a really small restaurant (25 people max on 4 shared tables) that used to be a wine barrel maker shop in 1900. The tables in the place are the original workbenches from the 1900s. We both ate too much and are looking forward to staying in one place for awhile and eating ...
... good the zoo was. They have a new elephant enclosure and a really big playground for the kids. The only thing missing was a proper restaurant to sit down in.
After a hot dog and chips we had a look at the owls, which only weigh between 300 grams and 2kgs! I had no idea that they were so light! There was also a coastal section set up to look like the North Sea complete with a typical thatch roof house. Although having never been that far north, ...
My mum, a friend of her and I took a day tour to visit the Christmas markets in Heidelberg and to hopefully have nice weather for some pictures.
I remember that I visited Heidelberg some years ago in summer and that I did not like it as it was so full of tourists.
It is funny how sometimes when you think of a place you are full of joy and sometimes you just do not like a place at all.
I guess Heidelberg is a mixture.
... the hostel where we packed and rested.
Around 8pm we got a call from Siobhan and meet her outside our hostel. We went to a local place to eat. It was good and cheap food.
After this we met up with some of Siobhan’s friends at a cocktail bar, had a few drinks and then moved onto the bar down the road for some cheaper drinks.
By the time we finished it was 3am.
Friday 26th September 2014
... kind of ego trip this guy was on when he planned the city. From every direction, he was the centre of attention. On the upper level, there were a few interesting exhibits about German culture through the 20th century, the impact of Muslims in Germany and also some sporting stars. I especially liked the decade by decade exhibit showcasing old 'Der Spiegel' magazines and retro things from each decade. Sadly we didn't have time to walk through the gardens ...