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... but there was still plenty to see including budgies, owls, chinese ducks and even the odd mouse stealing fallen birdseed. It was interesting to note how many Australian birds there were. But in Germany the fact that you have birds from Australia is quite exotic; not something that I would normally think about!
We looped around to the Marktplatz, where the usual suspects were: town hall, church and square. Like ...
... German language and old names like Carl became Karl just like the city Carlsruhe became Karlsruhe. Near there is where Carl was born in 1844 and did his apprenticeship as a locomotive engineer, which was the great transportation vehicle of the time.
He eventually settled down in Mannheim and married Bertha Ringer, who actually turns out to be the secret surprise in Carl's success. It was only through her family's ...
... station at the end of the road where I fill up my tank and set
up my satnav system to take me to my next destination.
I am now heading for the town of Darmstadt which is just south of Frankfurt
and about half way to the Alps at about 450km
As I left Amsterdam area the rains came on harder and harder and it was
simply not biking weather. The whole journey today would be on motorways and so
was extremely boring. However riding on the motorways here in ...
... It would be an experience of a lifetime. The weather has been between 20 and 24 every day, apparently we are very lucky as it is usually raining and only a few weeks ago they had a tornado go through which brought torrential rain. I'm at this moment at 4.30 sitting on the sun deck in the sunshine getting very hot. We are about to go into one of the locks, picture ...
Another leisurely ride down the river. We are on the River Main (pron mine). Its smaller than the Rhine, and there are many locks. There are many hills also in this region of Germany as compared to the flat countryside of Amsterdam and the earlier sections of the Rhine. and there are many picturesque villages. Every village has a castle and a church, the villages are old, some of ...