Steigenberger Mannheimer Hof
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... chemical factory on the outskirts. The heat from the resulting fire was so hot that it melted the surrounding cars! Considering the size of the explosion, it was amazing that only the one gas worker died.
http://www.n-tv.de/panorama/Toter-bei-E xplosion-in-Ludwigshafen-article1383416 1.html
We missed our turnoff and because it was an overhead highway, we ended up having to drive through Oggersheim to get ...
... Mannheim to Pforzheim, an incredible 106km away in a single day. She had to problem solve along the way buying fuel from pharmacies and ordering leather to add as brake lining on the wooden brake blocks. Seriously impressive and brave considering she was travelling on country lanes and with two of her young sons with her! Talk about a publicity stunt...
... use those
machines!! It was then that the penny fell and she explained that those machines
are not cash dispensers but toll machines for trucks using the road system in
Germany!!! What a plonker I am;-)
After a good chat and a nice little break its time to get back onto the wet
and boring motorway once again.
The rain has almost stopped by now and the road looks dry. Its only when
you see a truck up ahead with all its spray coming from the wheels that ...
... transmission tower and observation lookout built 40 years ago and commanding a good view over the plains that surround it. It is definitely a part of the Mannheim skyline. With the sun hanging low over the west and the restaurant rotating every hour, we were assured of some good views.
Mannheim is a sprawling industrial city at the confluence of the Neckar River ...
... after his hip operation. Steffie keeps having to buy him new books because he finishes one a day! Then it was time to head back along the southern bank all the way to Edingen. The total distance was around 26kms and I did it in 3 hours including all the stops.
I'm getting more used to shooting photos in manual, but the problem is that I haven't had any formal training so it is hard to get the difference between a ...