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Had a great day today. After a lovely breakfast and a walk to the local lake and around the local area we loaded into the cars and drove into Speyer. This is another lovely old town. We walked down the main square to the Cathederal. It took 100 years to build the original part of the church to ground level, then another 300 years to complete the church as it is today. It is now 1000 years old ...
... hotel guest types. They include bicycle touring, camping, hiking touring and even treatment centres. These 'Kurorte' are towns, which have a specific type of treatment available to people for rehabilitation and comprise of around half of the overnight stays in Germany! That is because the typical duration for a treatment is around 3 weeks. Towns with the word 'Bad' (bath) in the name like Baden Baden, Bad Dürkheim or Bad Shönborn have to apply for ...
Today we woke up and had another good breakfast of fresh picked cherries. Then we had to say goodbye to Elisabeth because she was going on a business trip. Raphael then drove Tim and I to Karlsruhe. We were playing at the Konzerthaus in Karlsruhe. It was a very magnificent place and many famous orchestras had played there as well. After rehearsal Raphael picked Tim and I back up and drove us home. We then again went to the lake and played some football. Jürgen also got Tim and I ...
... Landau. After his speech we sang "The Lord Bless You and Keep You". Then we all took pictures with him. After our reception with the Chief Mayor, our host mom took Tim and I to a castle outside of Jockgrim. It was an abandoned one that was used for sight seeing and dining. We then had a pizza with onions and ham and cheese, and topped off the afternoon with saumagen. It's the ...
... had never eaten a prawn cracker before, but then again I had never eaten Raclette before I got here.
On Friday Steffie and I got up at 7am and drove into Heidelberg for my 9am interview at the Landratsamt. The interview was with a woman named Frau Grill (the German's don't bother with first names in business) and the whole thing was over in less than 30 minutes. Just like I suspected the interview was more out of formality (just to make sure I am a real person) and I didn't ...
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Pasadena Allee 4, Ludwigshafen | 4 star hotelfrom $134
Lorientallee 16, Ludwigshafen | 2 star hotelfrom $79
Ludwigsplatz 5-6, Ludwigshafen | 4 star hotelfrom $133
Maudacher Strasse 188, Ludwigshafen | Hotelfrom $133
Rene-Bohn.Str-4, Ludwigshafen | Hotelfrom $121
Bahnhofstrasse 1b, Ludwigshafen | Hotelfrom $60