Travel Blogs from Ludwigshafen
... no tim tams?
On Thursday was Nikolaus Tag which is a day where a man dressed as Santa Claus comes with his sack and golden book with the Christkind. He reads out each child's name and the naughty and nice things that they've done over the year and awards them with a present. There were a lot of people that came over for dinner and everyone got a small gift. Its a pity I didn't grow up in Germany, I could have ...
... been trying to take a photo every day on the tram of the Edingen Water Tower. This tower marks the boundary of Edingen from Weblingen which is the outer village from Heidelberg. I never thought of a country having villages given that Adelaide is such a sprawling metropolis, but with fields separating the settlements there is a physical boundary at least. Anyway today I finally managed to get a good shot given the fast moving tram.
... Germany, Ludwigsbourg is known for its castles and churches and its beautiful Christmas market that starts in December. We ended Evann's trip at a fancy restaurant in Winnenden that overlooked the surrounding towns and I had her try my favorite meal spaetzle (she loved it). It was sad to say good bye at the airport today but cannot wait until we have another European adventure together in the future! ...
I wasn't keen to head back into Heidelberg alone on Friday night for the Sprach Cafe as Steffie was watching the new Twilight Movie. So we went on Saturday instead after we helped her brother Oliver out by picking up his new kitchen furniture. We took the 3:30pm tram into Heidelberg and got out at Bismarckplatz where there was some sort of marching band going down the Plöck and Fire ...
... br> Schloss Aurbach was built as a stronghold for securing the possessions of the Southern Katzenelnbogen dynasty, including the duties (tolls) collected from travelers using the well-known North-South trading route along the Roman 'mountain road' (Bergstrasse in German). The first mention of the town of Aurbach was in 784 A.D. Experts think that construction of the current castle began around 1222 by order of earl Diether IV von ...
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Other places to stay in Ludwigshafen
Pasadena Allee 4, Ludwigshafen | 4 star hotelfrom $76
Lorientallee 16, Ludwigshafen | 2 star hotelfrom $109
Ludwigsplatz 5-6, Ludwigshafen | 4 star hotelfrom $108
Maudacher Strasse 188, Ludwigshafen | Hotelfrom $124
Rene-Bohn.Str-4, Ludwigshafen | Hotelfrom $98