Hotel am Karlstor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Cruise down Rhine Castles Soup and ice cream Naked lady statue Lorely Beautiful cliffs Natural barrier during world war 2 Movie a bridge too far Anthony Hopkins Hotel is in Mannheim Dinner white swan and shopping in Heidelberg Fireworks in the streets. The good kind Great souvenir shop with German quality made ...
First, a couple things that we've noticed- 1) Everyone must be super dehydrated all the time. When you order water in a restaurant they give you a thimble to drink out of. We've gotten used to rationing our water over dinner because they usually don't come back to refill said thimble. How does everyone drink so little water!? Especially when they ride bikes and walk everywhere?! 2) Babies must get mega migraines all the time. They are all getting jostled around ...
... a few minutes to shake off, but we made our train just fine. The trains were pretty crowded today, and we ended up sharing a section of four chairs that face each other with a Chinese sociology professor named Lee that teaches in Cork, Ireland. We shared a two hour portion of our journey with him and talked the entire time (he spoke very clear English with a slight Irish accent). The topics varied from serious to light-hearted, but were ...
... big tradition in Germany. Conny brought out a box of decorations, lights and real candles. We spent just over an hour decorating the tree and placing the candles on the tips of the branches. It looked gorgeous!! Just needed night time to come so we could light the candles. Setting of the table was to be a surprise by Conny, so Ric and I headed back downstairs for a nap, to wrap presents for Conny & Berni and write cards. We came back up just after 4 as it was time ...
... is a garden especially for the university pupils, where each of them get a different part of the garden to take care of, and at the open day(28 june) that part of the garden will be presented and explained. So Bees group got the herb garden, another got the compost heap (shame) and another got the fruits and berries and the last group got the oven where one bakes in. Before we started the lecturer said a few things and he taught ...