Ibis Karlsruhe Hauptbahnhof
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... been trying to take a photo every day on the tram of the Edingen Water Tower. This tower marks the boundary of Edingen from Weblingen which is the outer village from Heidelberg. I never thought of a country having villages given that Adelaide is such a sprawling metropolis, but with fields separating the settlements there is a physical boundary at least. Anyway today I finally managed to get a good shot given the fast moving tram.
... Germany, Ludwigsbourg is known for its castles and churches and its beautiful Christmas market that starts in December. We ended Evann's trip at a fancy restaurant in Winnenden that overlooked the surrounding towns and I had her try my favorite meal spaetzle (she loved it). It was sad to say good bye at the airport today but cannot wait until we have another European adventure together in the future! ...
... We stopped in for a coffee at the Sprach Cafe and later met Christian and Tania at Käthe Wohlfahrt. We took a look in this famous shop known for its Bavarian Christmas Decorations which cost a pretty penny.
There were many more stalls than I had envisioned and in the middle was a carousel. We stopped to drink a glühwein which is a warm spiced red wine and tastes great on a cold day. The night was around ...
I still am keen to play the tourist even though I'm only travelling 10kms to Heidelberg every day. So I thought about taking a few photos of things which aren't exactly typical in Australia or North America, but seem commonplace here. A few examples are the tram station being on the edge of a farming field, seeing about a million bicycles locked up around the Heidelberg Hauptbahnhof and the very long river boats that cruise up and down the Neckar.
... have 30 minute halves where they have to throw the ball in the goals at either end. It reminded me a lot of basketball, but the players are much more athletic and agile. They can't attack the goal directly, but must throw from outside the D line. There are quite a few fouls and goals so it keeps the action interesting. The final score was the Rhein-Neckar Lions beating the Füchse Berlin 25-22.
By the time we got home and had a neuer wein I was definitely ready for bed!
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- Pets allowed