Travel Blogs from Edingen-Neckarhausen
... wondering of the ticking timebom, meaning the health condition of the Germans. Nowhere in the world, with exeption of the US you see so many heavy overweight as here.
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Buy a bike and go out for a tour, lets say 80 km in severe high temperatures in a challenging landscape.
... br> And than the jump to Nierstein. It was great ! I'm feeling stronger everyday.
The condition is growing so my confidence as well.
Yesterday I heard about a question: How are the legs of Henk. Does he have problems !
Let me explain how it works ! Of course the first week everyday your legs are loaded with acid. The change from a regular tour in your ...
... 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 ...
... as well, it meant that everybody went shopping on Saturday. Thankfully I got to stay home and avoid the madness!
After dinner we caught the tram into Heidelberg for the Schloss Beleuchtung or Castle Illumination. It's on three times a year and remembers how the bloody French burned the castle by lighting it up with red lights and smoke and having fireworks on the Alte Brücke. We went in nice and early and two hours before it started we had a nice spot on the ...
It has been a quiet, but busy week in the house in the lead up to Easter. I only had 2 days of school this week and Steffie only had to work until lunch on Thursday. But she ended up spending the next few days in the kitchen with all the preparation for the Easter Sunday Buffet.
The kids were over on Thursday again so we went for a walk to feed the goats in the local bird sanctuary ...