Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten
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... individual steps that get you to your goal.
This was definitely one of those helpful things for life: the difference between cultural assimilation and integration, body language affecting mood and cultural behaviour. Sure is interesting, I think they are also called soft skills.
Body language - https://www.ted.com/talks/amy_cuddy_you r_body_language_shapes_who_you_are?lang uage=en
... into building something so intricate and vast. I know this is nothing compared to some other European sights we will come across, but it was still incredible. The monastery was nestled in the sleepy town of Maulbronn at the foot of some hills. On the hills was a vineyard, which was really picturesque. In this region, the vineyards are all grown on hillsides, which seems kind of challenging. Enjoy the ...
... of the trip. We were the only Americans in the restaurant and had a typical meal of veal sausages with mustard and a large pretzel. And beer, of course. The sun was warm in the courtyard, a perfect day.
In the afternoon, the ship stopped at Speyer, site of a Roman military camp in 10 B.C. and one of Germany's oldest cities. It is dominated by the Speyer Cathedral, the Kaiserdom. This is a beautiful ...
... there would not be much conversation going on down there. Back to the boat for lunch before heading out to Heidelberg by bus. In Heidelberg we visited a castle before walking the streets of Heidelberg and visiting the markets. Heidelberg has a population of 145,000, 135,000 bikes and 35,000 students. We finished off with dinner. We had organised a chocolate cake for Russell & Carolyn for their 42nd wedding anniversary. The ...
... including the Codex Manesse, which is as old as the library itself! It is basically a book of poetry, albeit the best of its kind, with beautiful middle ages illustrations.
The building that now houses the library (Uni Bib for short) isn't very old. It was only built in 1905, but is quite spectacular and unique. There is a free exhibition inside, so even if you ...