Hotel Residenz Karlsruhe
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The lift plaque said instlled in 1973 - not much has happened here since. The service, facilities and amenities were OK, but needs som modenization. Double rooms are a little cramped.
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... and the massive wine barrels. We finished up the evening at a great little spot--the SchnitzelBank which is a really small restaurant (25 people max on 4 shared tables) that used to be a wine barrel maker shop in 1900. The tables in the place are the original workbenches from the 1900s. We both ate too much and are looking forward to staying in one place for awhile and eating ...
... seen a proper one!
I have to say that my favourite animals are the birds of prey and the Riesenseeadler or Steller's Sea Eagle was amazing. The flamingos were also good to see as well as the kangaroos. It's always funny to think that animals from Australia are somehow exotic like a toucan, but the Germans love them! Germans have weird names for animals sometimes like:
1. Der Waschbär - raccoon (wash bear)
2. Raubtiere - ...
My mum, a friend of her and I took a day tour to visit the Christmas markets in Heidelberg and to hopefully have nice weather for some pictures.
I remember that I visited Heidelberg some years ago in summer and that I did not like it as it was so full of tourists.
It is funny how sometimes when you think of a place you are full of joy and sometimes you just do not like a place at all.
I guess Heidelberg is a mixture.
... person. It was very clean but a bit weird with the concierge hanging around outside the door! There is no soy milk in the supermarket but I managed to find some cassava chips and a cheap Caesar salad with a different type of fork - sporknife, foonifork or knifoonork??? We tried to last out as long as we could but had an early dinner and crashed out about 8:00 pm local time, 4:00 am Geelong time. Our second day in Europe ...
Today we took it easy and only ventured out at 3 when Beatrix came to fetch us. I finally remembered to take a photo of the hostel during the day as well as of the trams that one takes to get around. We were lucky as the exhibition centre had an open day and we didn't have to pay an entrance fee. The main exhibition was about sound with all kinds of strange ways of hearing it. Photos were not allowed but ...