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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 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, ...
... up to the town of Speyer which is only a short walk from the ship. Speyer (pronounced Spire) is a nice town of 50,000 inhabitants in the German state called Rhineland-Palatinate. Speyer is one of Germany's oldest towns, founded by the Romans. However, 1024 marked a decisive event in the town when Konrad II a Salian Emperor from the Speyer district was elected King of Germany, making Speyer the centre of imperial politics and making it the spiritual ...
... summer with the good camera and do it justice.
Steffie booked in Sunday Easter Brunch down at the Strandbad, Mannheim's equivalent of a beach. It is a patch that was cleared out just south of Mannheim on the Rhine River and it is a pebble beach on the inner curve. According to the sign, it was first developed starting in 1920/21 to combat:
"zum ersten Mal mit der sogenannten wilden ...
... centre Rhein Gallerie across the river from Mannheim in Ludwigshafen which is technically in Rheinland-Pfalz which is the 3rd German province I have been in. Germans don't really do shopping centres in the way America or even Australia does. I guess that is because there isn't much new space in big cities where you can build a shopping centre.
This shopping centre is less than 2 years old and it only took 20 minutes to drive there. We hit up C&A which is like Kmart to ...
... it. We enjoyed a couple of drinks and snacks from a food booth where Jenny knew the workers and had to take cover as a passing cloud threatened to drown the fun. Fortunately though it didn't last long and a nearby awning provided the perfect place to chat and finish our food while we waited it out. We headed back to the car, followed by the sounds of Cotton Eyed Joe and Who Let the Dogs Out which were sung by nearly everyone around us!