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... small villages I've seen, there was an open library where people can borrow books based on a trust system. There was also a sign for the sister city from Plankstadt, Castelnau-le-Lez in Southern France near Montpellier. There are many sister cities or city partnerships in Germany and even Edingen has a sister city in Breton, France: Plouguerneau.
... first towards Neckarhausen and then over the railway bridge to Ladenburg. There are three ways to get to Ladenburg: car ferry, railway bridge or if you like you can drive all the way around through Seckenheim, Ilvesheim and back again. Rivers make great natural barriers and it isn't hard to see why they are sometimes political-geographical barriers too.
The reason why I hesitated so long is because we have now done ...
Heidelberg is relatively a small university town. However the University was founded in 1386. It has "corporations" or what Americans call fraternities. The most notorious of the students tradition that has lasted to even today, is dueling or fencing! This rather unusual tradition started over 500 years ago. But it was not until the 17th century that duels became ...
Wed 1/10 cont
- The train pulled into Heidelberg that afternoon.
- My hotel was directly next to the train station. I checked in and crashed out straight away.
- I woke up at 9 and started walked towards towards Altsadt (the old city)
- I stopped for directions at the reception of my hotel and at the info centre outside the train station. I opted for the scenic route along the river.
- After ...
... Many of the natural wonders are being like coral reefs in the Maldives and Thailand are being destroyed through tourism and human waste and guests are becoming more and more demanding. They aren't willing to spend more money, but want more services. Competition with other hotels and environmental concerns are other factors which will also have a big part to play in the future.
Now I just have to regurgitate all this information in German!