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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 ...
... it is safe to say that in a globalised world, the United Nations as a whole is very important.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization or UNESCO is one of these agencies and has a wide variety of activities and functions. It is ...
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.
... was in abundance, flowing down the stream crashing into rocks, swirling in eddies, and at times, softly and tenderly calling. Small waterfalls fed the stream from the side banks as well. Moisture was everywhere along the walking path.
Every shade of green could be found along the banks, the deep greens of the moss growing on the ...
... a specific train at a specific time (much like
buying an airline ticket – no refunds!!).
But, no problem, we were there with time to spare.
Our train traveled from Trier to Koblenz
– along the beautiful Mosel River, through delightful little villages and
towns. We observed many Germans on
holiday, witnessed by ...