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We walked around the park island, which has a promenade named the Hannelore-Kohl- Promenade after the wife of the former Chancellor of Germany, who also happens to come from Ludwigshafen. Helmut Kohl was actually the last Chancellor of West Germany and the first Chancellor of Reunified Germany, which just celebrated ...
... 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 ...
... realises that this road is not dry at all but is actually extremely wet.
Finally after miles of not too busy motorway riding my satnav tells me to
take the next turn off for Darmstadt.
I am now back on a rather busy "A" road and its just hell after the fast
moving motorway. As I have stayed here in Darmstadt on previous occasions I have
to make a decision as to what hotel I want to head for. There is the small
"Hotel Ham" which was closed last year or there is ...
6am (German time that is)... it was still midnight in my head. That's the first time in my life that I caught a glimpse of European ground. I landed in Frankfurt after a sleepless 7 hour flight, and it was time to face a full new day. On the first day I managed to make it a full 30 hours walking around the city and getting all the essentials out of the way before finally crashing in my cozy new dorm room. ...
... we decided to celebrate on Saturday evening, which is technically Sunday morning in Australia!
Steffie had ideas running through her head the whole week and on Friday we baked the Anzac biscuits and Steffie made lamingtons. She was in the kitchen all of Saturday preparing the sausage rolls, mini meat pies for the pea soup, homemade tim tams, pavlova and cheese and vegemite twists.
Even though it was 5 degrees outside, we dressed up in shorts and flip flops and everyone ...