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... and the massive wine barrels. We finished up the evening at a great little spot--the SchnitzelBank which is a really small restaurant (25 people max on 4 shared tables) that used to be a wine barrel maker shop in 1900. The tables in the place are the original workbenches from the 1900s. We both ate too much and are looking forward to staying in one place for awhile and eating ...
... shakes, but the conditions were still hard. Animals can move around pretty quickly, especially the monkeys! Having such a shallow depth of field meant that many of the photos weren't completely in focus. At 300mm with an aperture of f5.6, you only get a depth of field of 23cm at 10m!
Also in winter the sun doesn't rise very high over the horizon meaning that you can't shoot into the sun and there are a lot of areas of high contrast between light ...
My mum, a friend of her and I took a day tour to visit the Christmas markets in Heidelberg and to hopefully have nice weather for some pictures.
I remember that I visited Heidelberg some years ago in summer and that I did not like it as it was so full of tourists.
It is funny how sometimes when you think of a place you are full of joy and sometimes you just do not like a place at all.
I guess Heidelberg is a mixture.
... about how it is run (going vegan completely would work best of course!!!!). They have a happy hour special, massive pizza for the price of normal size, so we got one of those. These pizzas BLEW OUR MINDS! They were amazing, fantastic, unbelievably good!! Also on offer are vegan pizza rolls (little pizza dough rolls with Wilmersburger cheese and spinach) and vegan lasagne and other pastas. They also deliver all around the city too. So…we ended up going to ...
... only was it warm, breakfast was included and the ingredients for lunch were also available. My previous recollections of German hostels as being expensive institutional barns were dispelled. Barachan was both fabulous and cheap.
The wine villages tended to traditionally shaped houses on the old winding street layout; very charming. In fact at one there was a traditional fair with a brass band, wurst, wine and beer. At lunch time ...