Mercure Hotel Mannheim am Rathaus
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Mannheim itself is an industrial city. Full of business and commerce we found it a bit on the bland side of things and completely without steamrollers. That wasn't the main reason for us visiting, though. Mannheim is a central railway hub that happens to bring trains from all over Europe. The one we particularly cared about arrives from Lyon, …
Matt and Karin just moved to Plankstadt from Wieblingen, so they haven't done much walking around either. Plankstadt is located on the otherside of the highway from Schwetzingen and its where the Welde Brewery is located. We went for a walk down the street to the sporting grounds, where there is a bird park run by a local club, sort of like the one in Edingen. With the winter coming, quite a few of the exhibits ...
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I have a To-Do List just like most people including things I want to see or photograph etc. The Leica exhibit at the Carl Benz Museum has been on the list since May, so I thought if I am ever going to go and take a look then it is now or never. After all Ladenburg is only 15 minutes away by bike!
So Steffie and I pulled out the bikes, pumped up the tires and ...
... br> After scoffing as much as possible I took a walk outside onto deck. It sure
was overcast and rather wet but it was by no means cold.
Back to my massive cabin and its time to get my boxes packed and before I
know it we have arrived in Amsterdam or should I call it by its correct name of
As there were not many vehicles on the ferry it was a rather quick exit
through passport control and into the streets of the town. My first stop is
... We then went to an after party for lunch before we left for Luxembourg. It was then a race to get home. Tim and I went flying down the street to get back in time. We had to bring all of our bags down and then drive to the buses. The bus ride was only four hours so it wasn't painful. When we arrived in Luxembourg I was paired with Ian and Stephen. Our host father, Karlo, met us and took us back ...