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This was definitely one of those helpful things for life: the difference between cultural assimilation and integration, body language affecting mood and cultural behaviour. Sure is interesting, I think they are also called soft skills.
Body language - https://www.ted.com/talks/amy_cuddy_you r_body_language_shapes_who_you_are?lang uage=en
Locks and intermittent internet have resulted in a backlog of postings so I will provide a short summary of our travels with photos. After leaving Rudesheim we cruised to Miltenberg on the Main river and then to Rothenburg and visited a Medieval town still surrounded by a huge wall. This was like going back in time with all of the buildings built as far back as the 12th century. We cruised on finally reaching the Continental divide some 400 meters above sea ...
Another early start! 5.45 with breakfast at 6.45. The choice was unbelievable. We had fresh fruit, bacon, scrambled eggs, hash browns, pancakes etc etc!! Luckily we are doing lots of walking hopefully they will go hand in hand!! We drove through The Netherlands towards the border with Germany. We had a toilet stop just over the border and I think it is the funniest toilet stop in my entire life!! We paid €1 and received ...
... city is home to a lot of immigrants, particularly from Turkey and that is reflected in the number of Turkish shops and even a few mosques, one of which is located just across the road from an old church. I didn't realise that the women have a separate entry, but then again I've never been in one before.
I decided to take the tram across the river and take a quick look at Ludwigshafen, which is technically over the Rhine ...
Arrived at our Hotel about 5.30 local time after travelling on 3 different trains since 9 o clock this morning. We were glad the Hotel was within walking distance of Mannheim station. Had dinner in the Hotel and having a bit of a sit down now. Leaving again at 9 o'clock to travel to Munich then Murnau and then finally a coach to Oberramergau. It will be nice to finally get there. Met some people on the train that came from High Wycombe so we talked to them about the floods around ...