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Unfortunately I haven't been out much lately because of work and school. Steffie and I did go to the first two of the 7Ps, which is a photographic exhibition dedicated to seven different topics in seven different galleries all revolving around modern life.
We went to the ones in Ludwigshafen about High-Tech, Logistics and Migration at the Wilhelm Hack museum and the Violence and Destruction ...
... into building something so intricate and vast. I know this is nothing compared to some other European sights we will come across, but it was still incredible. The monastery was nestled in the sleepy town of Maulbronn at the foot of some hills. On the hills was a vineyard, which was really picturesque. In this region, the vineyards are all grown on hillsides, which seems kind of challenging. Enjoy the ...
Steffie and I knocked off our training in the lead up to our trip down to Berchtesgaden yesterday. After hiking into Mosbach to finish off Stage 6 of the Neckarsteig on the 19th July, I thought it would be best to get in some more elevation training and there is no better way to do that by climbing steps. And the highest and longest steps in the area belong to the Himmelsleiter or Stairway to ...
... I can see, outside, that the sun is rising above the horizon once again. We have a new day. (Patty here: Ad feigned illness as soon as soon as he entered the military; I jest you not.)
And what a day we had yesterday - what a glorious day it was! Hallelujah! Rising, we breakfasted (as before), and boarded our coaches for the town of Heidelberg, which I have already indicated is home to a wonderful University, and which numbers, also, among its attractions, a ...
... they don't know what to study; sort of like a Bachelor of Arts in Australia. Although the main difference is that business economics is actually useful in the real world. I have noticed over the last year that it is a lot easier for me to understand spoken German, like watching TV and I can now pick up a newspaper article and read it. That doesn't mean I can understand every word, but then again you seldom need to in order to get the gist of ...