Mercure Hotel Mannheim am Rathaus
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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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, …
... then a sudden hill, - no preparatory gently-rising slopes, but a sort of instantaneous hill, - a hill two hundred and fifty or three hundred feet high, as round as a bowl, with the same taper upward that an inverted bowl has, and with about the same relation of height to diameter that distinguishes a bowl of good honest depth, -a hill which is thickly clothed with green bushes, - a comely, shapely hill, ...
... cars etc. There is also an iMAX theatre that shows movies relevant to the displays. This south west part of Germany is very prosperous with lower unemployment than the national average and higher education levels. Cars were invented in this region by Karl Benz. In a nearby town there is the huge BASF Chemical Company plant which covers 10 sq km and employs 38,000 of the company's total 120,000 employees. The operation also has its own railway stations and ...
... that I guess most people would go to their local and pay a couple of Euros instead.
It is sort of hard to imagine that going for a swim in the river to wash yourself would be a wild event that would be so dangerous! I particularly like the word Baderei. In German you can add -erei to the end of a word to associate it with that verb like Bäckerei (bakery), Schlägerei (punch up) or ...
... 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!