Europa Hotel Ludwigshafen
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... but there was still plenty to see including budgies, owls, chinese ducks and even the odd mouse stealing fallen birdseed. It was interesting to note how many Australian birds there were. But in Germany the fact that you have birds from Australia is quite exotic; not something that I would normally think about!
We looped around to the Marktplatz, where the usual suspects were: town hall, church and square. Like ...
... still there to this day.
The museum itself is housed in the original workshop and contrary to what one might think it houses a wide range of vintage cars, motorcycles and bicycles. It is a small, private museum, which has support from Mercedes Benz, who lent the 2010 Formula One Mercedes from Michael Schumacher to the exhibit. The actual Leica exhibit was tiny and actually not that interesting.
Later on we went ...
Hanging out with Erika and Cortney in Germany is way fun. Yesterday we went to a smallish town called Trier. It's about an hour away from Mike's house and it is the oldest town in Germany. Or something like that. It was originally settled by the Roman Empire so there are some cool roman ruins along with old gothic and baroque German buildings. Also Karl Marx lived there and you can go to his house. We ...
... business attire and Steffie got some business clothes as well. It wasn't too expensive and Steffie got a complete outfit for around 140 Euros. We went around the whole place in around 4 hours which is longer than any man can handle especially when you are in search of a grey handbag. We ended up heading into Mannheim, but by then I was over it and just glad once we finally got home.
So there you have it! A new Visa and another year in a foreign country. Just need money now!
Since we still had a borrowed car from the previous night, we decided to venture outside of town today to visit an abbey that Amy and James had seen from afar on one of their adventures. It was situated high on a hill overlooking the nearby town and the car ride to get there was somewhat like driving to Twin Peaks in San Francisco. It was worth the steep, winding drive to get there though because the view ...