Hotel Am Riedweg
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... We travelled along the autobahn where trucks and buses have a 100km speed limit but cars have none although it's a bit of an unwritten rule that 200km is the limit for cars. We did see a few whizzzzz past a few times. Forgot to mention yesterday that in Belgium you're charged 50 cents to use the toilets which had everyone saving their coins for the next stop. Today in Germany we found they ...
Kerry wanted a taste of Switzerland, Germany, Austria and that is all is he truly getting. We are now in Heidelberg after having come up through the black forest. There was a lot of hype about the highest waterfall in Germany and many people were there to see it. I think we may have been too spoilt because after walking down a very steep track Kerry's comment was there was more water when he flushed the toilet. That may have been a little harsh but we were both ...
... depends on a lot of things like: type of lens, distance to subject, distance from background and of course aperture. One cool effect is that when you have lights out of focus at night then it turns them into balls of light depending on how out of focus they are. The more out of focus, the bigger they get.
On Sunday, Steffie and I caught the tram into Mannheim to check out the markets there. Mannheim has one ...
Well I would be lying if I didn't say that the last two weeks were a bit ****. Bureaucracy in Germany is definitely worse than anywhere else I've seen. When I applied for my Canadian Visa in Australia, it came within two months no questions asked. When I applied for new bank accounts, a job and a SIN number in Canada it was painfree and even flying into Germany was a breeze on a tourist visa. But every step since then has been hard work.
This is the point I ...
Nestled in the hill 300 feet above the city of Heidelberg stands the breath-taking Heidelberg Schloss (castle). The castle is a combination of several buildings surrounding an inner courtyard, put together with a haphazard look. Each building highlights a different period of German architecture.
The castle has a history almost as old as the city itself. The first parts of the castle were constructed around 1300, but it wasn’t before Prince Elector Ruprecht III (1398 – ...