Travel Blogs from Worms
... Matt did a pretty good job of it all! It got me thinking about how little I cook these days! I used to do a Sunday roast or boiled silverside back in Adelaide every now and again, but cooking was never one of my real talents. In Germany I've gotten used to a bread diet!
To aid digestion, I suggested we go for a walk through Plankstadt, which also happens to be on my To-See-List. Many people might wonder ...
... Mannheim to Pforzheim, an incredible 106km away in a single day. She had to problem solve along the way buying fuel from pharmacies and ordering leather to add as brake lining on the wooden brake blocks. Seriously impressive and brave considering she was travelling on country lanes and with two of her young sons with her! Talk about a publicity stunt...
Hanging out with Erika and Cortney in Germany is way fun. Yesterday we went to a smallish town called Trier. It's about an hour away from Mike's house and it is the oldest town in Germany. Or something like that. It was originally settled by the Roman Empire so there are some cool roman ruins along with old gothic and baroque German buildings. Also Karl Marx lived there and you can go to his house. We ...
... at least half of it including quite a few historical buildings. Most of the city had to be rebuilt again after the war.
Because of the city's long history and geographical importance, it has many churches. The most impressive one is the Worms Cathedral, which has a 1000 year old history! You just can't wrap your head around some of the dates here in Europe because Adelaide isn't even 200 years old! The church survived many periods of ...
... paths were mostly easy going. We got out of Spayer without any difficulty and into Worms straight to our hotel. We saw 2 little rabbits in the countryside running in front of the guys on their bikes. We showered and walked 10 minutes into town. This town isn't inundated with tourist. The tourist information centre is closed and so re most of the shops. We are having great difficulty finding somewhere form dinner. The couple of suggestions by ...
Other places to stay in Worms
Prinz-Carl-Anlage 10-14, Worms | 4 star hotelfrom $154
Am Obermarkt 10, Worms | 2 star hotelfrom $139
Gutleutstrasse 4, Worms | Hotelfrom $90
Fahrweg 19, Worms | Hotelfrom $135
Petersstr. 5-7, Worms | Hotelfrom $104
Roemerstrasse 72, Worms | Hotelfrom $104
Mainzer Str. 5, Worms | Hotelfrom $100
Hofgasse 2 - 4, Worms | Hotelfrom $104
PfÃ¤lzerwaldstrasse 100, Worms | Hotelfrom $87
Martinspforte 7, Worms | Hotelfrom $110