Maritim Parkhotel Mannheim
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... Steinach and finding the tourist centre, we collected stamps for our trail booklets and called it a day.
Mark Twain was in both villages in 1878 as he was writing "A Tramp Abroad." In Chapter XIX or 19 he writes:
For Dilsberg is a quaint place. It is the most quaintly and picturesquely situated, too. Imagine the beautiful river before you; then a few rods of brilliant green sward on its ...
... visited the Technical a Museum of Speyer, which would be a fabulous place for children and was quite busy today, being the Easter Monday holiday. There are thousands of exhibits from the history of technology. There are aircraft including a Boeing 747 where you can walk out on the wings, a Concorde, helicopters, a Russian Antanov cargo plane and lots of other planes you can walk through. A U-Boat, a rescue cruiser, locomotives, motorcycles, fire ...
... Rhein und Neckar, die offensichtlich in der Badezeit täglich mehrere Opfer forderte."
...for the first time with the so called wild bathing in the Rhine and Neckar, which apparently claimed many victims daily in the bathing time! Apparently it was super popular in the 1930s until the war, but there are plenty of locals that still come down to catch some rays. There are so many swimming pools ...
... city is home to a lot of immigrants, particularly from Turkey and that is reflected in the number of Turkish shops and even a few mosques, one of which is located just across the road from an old church. I didn't realise that the women have a separate entry, but then again I've never been in one before.
I decided to take the tram across the river and take a quick look at Ludwigshafen, which is technically over the Rhine ...
I have been overseas for three years and on Saturday I celebrated Australia Day for the 3rd time outside of Australia. In 2012, Steffie and I went to the Royal Canadian Legion to celebrate in Banff where we drank Tooheys New and ate a meat pie. Last year we celebrated Australia Day a month earlier at Christmas time with a roast, lamingtons and matchsticks and this year we decided to have a proper Australia Day fest. It just so happens that Winfried's birthday is on the ...