Ibis Heidelberg Hauptbahnhof
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Good value. Quiet clean comfortable. Good location beside railway station.
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Set off for morning walk up the hills behind our Gasthaus. Such a beautiful walk through the tall conifers. Peaceful with birdsong. Found a bakery next to hotel on the way back and stopped there for coffee and pastry. Then headed north on small roads through the heart on the Black Forest to Baden Baden for a late lunch. Got to great heights with …
... guessed Steinach then you win a pat on the back! Any ideas about Neckarsulm or Neckargerach? Yes for the first, but the second was renamed Seebach in 1676. No Final Jeopardy for you.
Remember what two bodies of water that converge are called? One of my favourite words: confluence. Know of any? Murray and Darling Rivers perhaps? Neckar and Rhine Rivers?
The passenger mix on this Rhine river cruise is slightly different to on the Rhone. There are 92 passengers and whereas most were Aussies, with a few English and Kiwis on the first cruise, a lot of those who joined us for this second cruise are English, just having a one week cruise. Quite a few I have spoken to are testing whether or not they like river cruising and all are very impressed with the ship and find it more luxurious than they had anticipated. ...
... long drive). You could say there is a lot of baking in a bakery, a lot of punching in a fight and a lot of driving while running errands.
The area is fenced off with a nice lawn and a BYO grill area The clubhouse is quite new, but the brunch, although tasty, was terribly organised. The location was fantastic with great weather and it was good to see another part of Mannheim that I haven't ...
... But at least the sun was shining meaning we got some good colours!
Tips for photographing animals
1. High ISO - 800 or 1600
2. NO FLASH!
3. Quick shutter speed of around 1/500sec
4. Focus the camera exactly on the subject
5. Try and rest the camera on the fence or use a monopod
6. Check the white balance to make sure the colours are ok.
OR you could just try black and white, which probably would have been better! ...