RAMADA Hotel Mannheim
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... church was under renovation, it was still open to inspection. Apparently most catholic churches never lock their doors, unlike their protestant rivals! It is always quite weird walking around an empty church, but the church is the symbolic centre of village life and is seen as a meeting place as well as a spiritual place.
After that it was time for trifle cups and the Formula One! You can't get a more relaxing day!
... German language and old names like Carl became Karl just like the city Carlsruhe became Karlsruhe. Near there is where Carl was born in 1844 and did his apprenticeship as a locomotive engineer, which was the great transportation vehicle of the time.
He eventually settled down in Mannheim and married Bertha Ringer, who actually turns out to be the secret surprise in Carl's success. It was only through her family's ...
... as before you know
it there is a car approaching from behind at mighty speed.
After about 100 miles I was ready for a coffee and just there ahead I saw a
sign saying "cafe/bank 5km" and as I had left all my Euros and spending money at
home I decided this would be a good place to get some foreign cash.
Parked up and inside I go. Just inside the door are two machines what look
like the normal standard cash machines. I insert my card and press "English", it ...
... for lunch. On our way it started to rain, so we had to go pretty fast. We went through all these narrow alleyways, and on these trails near the river. After we got to lunch we got a nice meal of bread, fruit and cheese. We then had to leave at 2:00 to get to the Neckartal-odenwald Nature Park. This was located in Eberback, Germany. We played the Mozart and ...
... in 2011. Digital SLRs aren't as quickly updated as other cameras and so it is still just as good as my Canon SX240, but with better lenses! Digital SLRs work on the same principle as the old film SLRs with light coming in through the lense and being partly reflected by a mirror up to the viewfinder and the rest being recorded on the image sensor instead of the film. There is a lot of hype in the last few years around the compact ...