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... not low clowd
Rock - dress, not a rock BUT Rock is also German for rock 'n' roll.
Regal - a bookshelf, not a royal
Same pronunciation, but different spelling
Foto - photo
Bier – Beer
Glas – glass
Gras – grass
... We will have to come back and check it out when its open.
The Weihnachtsmarkt started at the cathedral and stretched through the town on one side of the street. That meant that the whole place was packed and it was hard walking around all of the stores without bumping into people. Most people were there to see the fireworks from the Altpörtel, which was a cascade of golden fire rain. We had some nice roast ...
The temperature is 28 degrees and snow showers. Heidelberg has 150,000 inhabitants. There are 6 universities. Students don't pay to go to university. Anybody can attend but must speak German. Heidelberg was not destroyed in war. The weather was bad so surrounding towns were bombed. Heidelberg is the largest German town. Approx 500 people lived in castle. The dancing hall is where everyone gathered and partied with their powdered wigs and lice. Today most ...
Our time on this fabulous trip is coming to an end and the days are just flying by this especially becomes more obvious when you spend most of your days on the bus as we have for most of this day. We left Lucerne early morning on our way to Germany. The scenery has changed from beautiful mountainous Switzerland to more rolling hills but not so green Germany. German houses are beautiful, adorned with lots ...
... that had fallen off, it reminded me of the when we were in St Thomas two weeks ago building sand castles and the waves would knock off portions of the castle.
Mom and I had fun taking panoramic pictures of the area. One of us would start the picture and as we panned around, we would hand off the camera to the other so we could both be in ...