Travel Blogs from Mutterstadt
... br> Tomorrow a long trip into the Black Forest going up to 600 meters and a climbing distance of approx 70 km. It's a warming up for the next day when the Schwaebisch Alp is on the programm.
So now I'm sitting on my bed according the advice of Joop Zoetemelk who said !
The tour is won in bed !
Have a great night.
... 2 sensations possible.
1: You arrive in the hotel and take a shower. 2: After your long long shower you go out and ask for a big glass of beer. Success guaranteed.
By the way, as there was no room available in the hotel I got one of the "Holiday houses.
See the pictures,
Tomorrow direction Heidelberg and pick up the GPS support again.
... aeroplanes, racing cars, weapons and everything else in between. I am not your typical car guy, but to see historical cars and see how they have progressed through the years is really quite interesting. They have just about every make of classic car including plenty I haven't heard of.
The main differences between Speyer and Sinsheim are that Sinsheim have both a Concorde and its Russian counterpart the Tupolev TU-144 plus more war machines and Speyer ...
Germany has been sweltering under a Saharan Heatwave. At least that is what the newspaper says to describe 34 degrees Celsius in June. In a cruel twist, I had a few moles excised on Thursday so I'm not even allowed to go for a swim for two weeks! I also came down with the sniffles. Bugger!
On Friday I went over to Matt's house to catch up with him and his Dad came around as well. We went for a walk down to the riverbank where there were quite a lot ...
... US. I saw cabbage roses, Queen Anne's lace, Sweet Shrub, Dandelions, and a white Jasmine similar to Confederate Jasmine but with a Honeysuckle-like scent. We also passed by a Crabapple tree just like the one in Pop and G-mom's yard. I promised Spencer I would pull one for him so we could taste it if we pass by this way tomorrow. We also passed a row of cars parked by a field, and noted that one was a beautifully preserved ...