Motodrom am Hockenheimring Hotel
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... out of the dead level of the surrounding green plains, visible from a great distance down the bends of the river, and with just exactly room on the top of its head for its steepled and turreted and roof-clustered cap of architecture, which same is tightly jammed and compacted within the perfectly round hoop of the ancient village wall.
Talk about being descriptive! He could have put a few more full stops in though!
... I saw an interesting electronic road sign today. It had 70 at the top and a green wave line underneath. These are known as the green wave signs and mean that if you travel at the speed advised, under the current traffic conditions you will only get green lights. Saw quite a few of the garden plots along the road. People pay between €10,000 to €15,000 for the plot with a shed and they must use a third of the land for vegetables but can't stay ...
This one is going to be a bit random, so bear with me. Steffie has been going through the attic with her parents, in an attempt to bring some order to the chaos that is the German equivalent of a backyard shed. They have found some interesting stuff to say the least including old coins, egg scissors, travelling toiletry kits and about a thousand books and puzzles. Most of it is ...
... a permanent circuit, I would expect more. Quite a few steps had pieces of concrete broken off and the water was pouring out through the drainpipes onto the chairs below. As a world class circuit, that doesn't look good.
It was cool to look at the cars on the main straight after the race, but it was time to go back. I skipped the busline entirely this time and hiked back to get picked up. After so much walking and standing, no wonder I was ...
... on tour already, which makes travelling more fun. Lawrence is from Melbourne and we became great friends throughout the trip. Also Stacey and Eden (a mum and daughter) from the USA. Hopefully we will get to visit them one day.
Also learnt today were the saying "spend a penny" comes from, actually costs you 50p though. Fifty penny to have a pee, not real good when you pee as ...