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... the solar panels everywhere and wind farms .
We travelled through the Black Forest to stop where they make cuckoo clocks there we had a demonstration of the famous Black Forest cake, we did get to sample as well.
Germany has population of 80million so is quite busy especially as itis a holiday.
We travelled along the Rhine Valley to Hilton hotel Mainz right on the Rhine ,we took a walk along the river where all the locals were relaxing
... a crÍpe .
I took my 40mm lens to Ladenburg because you can open up the aperture more to let in more light for night photography. It is really hard to take steady handheld shots at night without getting blurry pictures because the shutter has to be open a lot longer. With all the Christmas lights around, I wanted to test out a bit more of the Bokeh ...
... ruins for the better part of the day and even did some wine tasting down in the cellar of the castle. Later, we got lost in the shops and came out with about 6 pairs of shoes combined. Most of our free time was spent sitting in the cute little town square right outside of our hotel and drinking cocktails while watching people go by. We also took a liking to the spaetzel with schnitzel served at our hotel's restaurant. ...
... anymore…all the restaurants closed at 7:00. Then it started to rain. There’s nothing like wandering around a park in the pouring rain with two hungry children in an unfamiliar city; that's how you end up at McDonalds. Our second visit was much better. Andrew finished work and came with us. It was sunny and the girls had a great time playing at the 'castle’ playground until it was time to catch the train back to ...
... middle of the building which made it look like a doll's house, but in life size. Water wheels were turning, paper presses and printing machines were on display, looming mills and there were plenty of hands on exhibits.
This is a real living museum and we found it really good. There was a section on different types of energy like thermal, nuclear, water and steam plus rows of stations where kids could try things out. I talked to one of the presenters who said that Germany has a ...