Travel Blogs from Ludwigshafen
... 600000 euro a year for up keep. The pipe organ is again fantastic and is relatively new, with a mirror placed so that you can see the organist. He was playing when we walked into the church, the acoustics were awesome. The music enveloped us as we walked around the church. Then down to the Rhine river for a stroll along the path before wandering back into town for a coffee. We then ...
... in order to be recognised as a treatment centre.
Germany has a hotel classification system based on stars. It ranges from one star to five stars, but it isn't mandatory to be classified. Those hotels who want to be classified have to pay a fee and then pass some strict classifications depending on what star rating they want to offer. It is quite interesting just how the ...
... After our time on the lake we had to go back home and change for our concert. When we got to the Konzerthaus we had to set up the stage again. Tonight we had five different choirs singing with us. We had the Blue Lake Choir, three young German choirs and a choir from France! The stage was very packed and this caused many people to complain about not having enough space. Tonight was our Beethoven and Mozart concert. It went very well and the acoustics were the best that I had ever ...
... of a pigs stomach and it's very good. Next Georg took Tim and I to a lake in Jockgrim. We went and swam for over an hour and there was no one else at the lake that day. We also played frisbee and soccer. Our concert went very well and we had a huge audience. We played the Brahms, Adagio and Outdoor Overture tonight. After the concert I was able to see my mom, grandma and brother ...
... any personal questions asked of me. With the offical stamp of approval, I formally was granted another year to live and work in Germany. Time for a coffee!
The biggest difference since getting that stamp is the fact that I can now start forward planning. My first step was to book back into the Volkshochschule for February where I caught up with a few of the guys. I even informally sat in the class for 2 hours which was weird, but fun. After heading out for lunch, I caught the ...
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