Ambassador Hotel Karlsruhe
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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 ...
... But at least the sun was shining meaning we got some good colours!
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1. High ISO - 800 or 1600
2. NO FLASH!
3. Quick shutter speed of around 1/500sec
4. Focus the camera exactly on the subject
5. Try and rest the camera on the fence or use a monopod
6. Check the white balance to make sure the colours are ok.
OR you could just try black and white, which probably would have been better! ...
... although not outstanding.
Really cool and outstanding was my little trip up the castle. I walked down but drove up with a cool lift :-) The castle is absolutely beautiful, a must see. I only had little time so I went to see the pharmacy museum in the castle walls, rather then visiting the castle rooms.
I would have loved to stay longer still am very happy with what I saw. The castle / the ruin of the castle is charming and beautiful.
... history. Pretty cool… no… Very cool.
We saw so many great animals and also saw great stones in the geology section. Worth the visit.
It got o time to go and meet Siobhan at her café so we worked out where we were and went there.
She was just closing. She made us some coffee and hot chocolate which was amazing. Europe cannot make a good coffee… it is crazy.
We met her boss and his friend who were really nice. Gave ...
... from tulips to bombings. Karlsruhe was even the former Baden capital.
We parked at the Ettlinger Tor Shopping Centre which is roughly in the middle of downtown between the Hauptbahnhof and the Schloss. From there we walked up Karl-Fredrich Straße to the Marktplatz which is the site of the Stadtkirche, Pyramid Tomb and Central Police Station. The Stadtkirche was completely rebuilt after it was destroyed by Allied bombing in 1944, as was ...