Hotel Am Tiergarten
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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 ...
Hey friends! I am literally spending all day on trains today! It's pretty great because I love trains. Oh and we are in first class! We decided that we would splurge a little seeing as we are traveling for so long. Also we went on a high speed train from Marseille to Karlsruhe. We were going over 300 km/hr! And we were on the top ...
After a hard week at work, it was good to see some sunshine again. The weather has been slowly getting better and we hit 27 degrees again. On the way to work I rode past a modified Trabant which had been turned into a LKW (semi-trailer) not wanting to miss a photo-op, I drove back there once I got home and took a photo! The spargel has been growing non-stop for 2 months as well and is well over a metre high. I'm not really sure what ...
... a German dish. It was labeled “Piquant” and had salami, hot peppers, red onion, and Gouda cheese – with a layer of crème fresh underneath. YUM. I had pork with cream sauce, spatzle, and a salad.
After lunch we were off to St. Jakob’s church, in time for a tour by a local gentleman, who said he was a former priest. He gave an entertaining, conversational tour that included some wry comments on contemporary religious conventions. We enjoyed the ...