Hotel Am Bismarck - Mannheim
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- Continental Breakfast
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... structure, functions and workflow or sequence. Just like in a business, in a household you have certain areas like kitchen, bathroom or lounge where there are certain tasks that need to be distributed. What needs to be done? Who does what? How is it to be done? Who has power? Who has responsibility and which? Think of it like giving the kids chores. Someone has to do it! If nobody cooks then no one eats. And you can't ...
Our first stop on the way to the Black Forest region was Heidelberg, at the suggestion of our neighbor. What an adorable old German city. Where we parked, you could see Schloss Heidelberg looming above the city. Very cool. From there, we just walked through the old down taking in the architecture, then took a bridge across the Necker river, had some lunch at a fun little French cafe, then headed out so we could make the Monastery as ...
... houses around and most of the industrial grounds. There are also a lot of corner bars around here, another sure sign of blue collar blues, but also a good place to catch up with people. Sort of reminded me of Australia...
We caught the tram back over the bridge into Mannheim and got out at the Marktplatz. We wanted to have a look at the underground sewers, but they were more popular than expected and the line ...
... is an abandoned office building, due to be torn down. I walked over the pedestrian bridge, which is brilliantly lit up at night time to the Neckaruferbebauung. The three skyscrapers are a bit of an eyesore on the northern bank of the Neckar River and part of the suburb Neckarstadt. The area is in dire need of a refurbishment and it seems to be a low cost housing part of Mannheim.
At the end of the area is the ...
... and as per usual the street was lined with stalls for food, beverages and entertainment. We got lucky with the weather and I was able to take a few nice photos out and about with my 40mm pancake lens. It really makes you think about what you can take a photo of because it has a fixed focal length. But its a really compact combo and its lighter than carrying around a zoom lens.
I still take around half the shots with my compact camera as well! See if you can tell the difference.