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... church was under renovation, it was still open to inspection. Apparently most catholic churches never lock their doors, unlike their protestant rivals! It is always quite weird walking around an empty church, but the church is the symbolic centre of village life and is seen as a meeting place as well as a spiritual place.
After that it was time for trifle cups and the Formula One! You can't get a more relaxing day!
... building up the factories in Mannheim, the family moved to Ladenburg in 1906, where Carl opened up a new workshop with his sons following some business disputes. They remained there until their respective deaths in 1929 at age 84 and 1944, when Bertha died two days after her 95th birthday. And to think that most people including myself, haven't even heard of the town before! Their family home and the first purpose build car ...
Adriatic Circle Adventure 29-10-14 Amsterdam to Darmstadt
After a rather rough sea crossing I just did not want to get up and after
looking out the window of my cabin and seeing what the weather was like outside
I was even more tempted to go back to sleep.
However that was not to be and soon it was down to deck 7 and into the
Seven seas restaurant for a nice big breakfast. Everything was to be had from
nice bowls of fresh fruit to massive plates of full ...
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 ...
... me 6 months to have a good understanding in conversations and be able to ask what something means if you don't understand. It almost like it clicks overnight, but it takes a lot of work.
6. You appreciate other immigrants. Learning a new language is hard, but rewarding. If you see somebody who needs help with understanding something or doesn't speak perfect English then give them a hand if they need it. If they want to speak their own language to communicate something ...