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I bet the original owners have sold on. While the room decor was fun, worn furniture and fittings, a complete lack of the promised free internet and an ordinary breakfast selection takes the lustre off the place.
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Maul - animal's mouth (I can see the connection), not to maul
Beamer – projector, not a BMW
Old Timer – vintage car, not an old person
Handy – mobile phone, not a handy person
Angst - fear, not anxiety
Die – the (feminine) i.e. die Frau, not DIE WOMAN!
Korn – grain liquor, not corn.
Chef - the boss, not the cook
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But the biggest attraction in Speyer is the cathedral or Speyerer Dom. Unfortunately it is closed after dark, but I was still pretty impressed walking around the outside of it. The thing is huge and has a long history, around 1000 years. The whole area along the Rhine River seems to be quite historically important in Europe, whether it be wars, the Holy Roman Empire ...
The temperature is 28 degrees and snow showers. Heidelberg has 150,000 inhabitants. There are 6 universities. Students don't pay to go to university. Anybody can attend but must speak German. Heidelberg was not destroyed in war. The weather was bad so surrounding towns were bombed. Heidelberg is the largest German town. Approx 500 people lived in castle. The dancing hall is where everyone gathered and partied with their powdered wigs and lice. Today most ...
... New Yorker, in Colorado Springs, Venice and now Germany. Steve and I had the chance to take a day trip to Heidelberg. Steve's a great guy to travel with. He's spent much time in Germany and knows the country well. He's like having a professional tour guide without the cost. Anyway, we enjoyed a day in picturesque Heidelberg. Heidelberg is situated ...
... this strategic spot – and probably won’t again this year. Because our trains bypass the point of land
where they join – oh well!!
After Koblenz, on another train, we
traveled through Mainz and Mannheim, on to Heidelberg. Heidelberg is not a large city, but it played
a significant role in the history of Germany ...