Leonardo Hotel Mannheim City Center
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- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... stopped at the visitor centre for the Kellerwald National Park on the way to pick up some brochures.
On Sunday I played soccer for the first time in ages, then we drove to Friedrichsfeld to have a look at the Carnival parade. There were so many people crowding the streets with colourful wigs and funny clothes. Apparently it's only held every 11 years in this suburb because they share it with all the other suburbs of Mannheim. With 80 floats and lots ...
After visiting Kassel on the weekend and finding out that it was a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it got me thinking about how many of these things that there really are in the world. I started learning about the United Nations when I was at Adelaide University, but I never really paid attention to it as ...
... town center has some really nice old buildings, however, they need to be taken care of.
Also most shops are especially made for tourists, esp. for Asian ones. Asian employees work in the shops and there are Asian letters on the windows. That at least to me is a definite turn off as after all it is Heidelberg, a town famous for its history, culture and university. I guess though that everything changes over time.
The Christmas markets ...
... foggy pea soup, which was quite amazing.
I've only been to the Dachsbuchel once before when I did a hike with Ryota. It is one of many wineries in the region and of course they had their own version of a Christmas Market, with arts and crafts, local wine and food. The thing to drink at a Christmas Market or Weihnachtsmarkt is a Gluhwein or Mulled Wine, which is warm, spiced red wine, although there are ...
... smell to find out. Jean-Christophe dug right in – even for breakfast! His French nose is probably more used to pungent cheese than my delicate North American sniffer. We ate out a lot; the Alsatian diet is heavy on the meat and the portion sizes were generous. The wines were good. I biked through some of the vineyards with Marguerite and Corentin on the way back to Colmar from Munster. The countryside was ...