Victor'S Residenz Hotel
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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 ...
Steffie and I had Saturday to ourselves for a change. Normally I have to work weekends, so it was nice to have one off. The weather was behaving and it remains warm. I read that it was one of the warmest Octobers on record and certainly miles away from what it was like the first time I was in Heidelberg two years ago. My hands were frozen and it was about 2 degrees with rain!
... 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 ...
... it, but we did walk down Karl Marx street for a hot second. We ate some really amazing food next to a fountain, stumbled onto a street fair, and walked through a huge and beautiful cathedral. Funny story: as we were exploring we were trying to get a closer look at this cool looking building. When we got a bit closer we found that it was surrounded by a large brick wall. We tried walking along the wall for ...
... look at the light show for the Karlsplatzfest.
We caught the tram into Bismarkplatz and walked down the Hauptstraße to the Untere Straße, where we were lured into a bar offering cheap cocktails. Turns out we were the only ones in the place, but we sat outside in the beer garden surrounded by buildings and chatted about the cultural differences from beer gardens in Australia! No such thing as a beer garden in Canada, ...