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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... They have a QWERTZ Keyboard with ä, ö, ü, ß, §. It usually isn't a problem typing English because all of the normal things are there except for when you want to write zou or yebra.
Now ALDI perhaps isn't the first place you would go to buy a computer because its a discount supermarket, but in Germany at least there is a long history of ALDI offering electronics from the brand MEDION as well. I hadn't heard of MEDION before, but apparently its ...
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... town center has some really nice old buildings, however, they need to be taken care of.
Also most shops are especially made for tourists, esp. for Asian ones. Asian employees work in the shops and there are Asian letters on the windows. That at least to me is a definite turn off as after all it is Heidelberg, a town famous for its history, culture and university. I guess though that everything changes over time.
The Christmas markets ...
... 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!