Motodrom am Hockenheimring Hotel
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... cents.....Andy said Germany charges more for everything. We stopped at one servo for a loo break and were amazed at the toilets that were there.....the seat actually rotates and is cleaned before you use it. One of those things you have to see to believe. On we went to Cologne where we saw the Cathedral......an amazing building erected in the 13th century. We also did a little souvenir ...
Kerry wanted a taste of Switzerland, Germany, Austria and that is all is he truly getting. We are now in Heidelberg after having come up through the black forest. There was a lot of hype about the highest waterfall in Germany and many people were there to see it. I think we may have been too spoilt because after walking down a very steep track Kerry's comment was there was more water when he flushed the toilet. That may have been a little harsh but we were both ...
... or the gardens, one has an amazing view of Heidelberg, the Neckar River, and the Neckar valley far into the Rhine plain. On a clear day, Mannheim is even visible on the horizon.
Glimpse of Europe (Trafalgar)
Travel to Heidelberg, the oldest university city in Germany. Learn about the riotous life of past students and enjoy views of the sandstone castle from the charming Old Town. Finally continue southwards to your hotel (Leonardo, Mannheim) where you dine tonight.
... 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 ...