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... horrific ones too. There is an English theatre, it's closed at the moment but outside is a cupboard with novels in and on it a sign saying that they are free to take. They are all in English and make an effort to entice others to read and learn our language. Imagine a Polish theatre in London that did that. How would that go down. I see a bus saying Frankfurt ...
... Stärkemehl. It's called Speisestärke. Who knew. So I found almost all of the items on my grocery list, and headed home to attempt making American pie in a German kitchen. For those that know me, I really don't love baking. It's too much pressure to follow a recipe just so, and hope to get the perfect product. I also did not particularly excel at chemistry labs in college. Same situation. I was already reading too much or too little into the instructions, and always ...
... spent only a few years in prison. Peiper was a subject of shame in Germany and lived in France for 20 years, disguising his identity. He was discovered and "outed" in1976 and unknown armed forces attacked and shot him and burned his house down. After the fire, his body was found inside with a bullet in his chest. Others involved got off with little punishment.
Following this visit, I started out to Mainz, on the Rhine ...
... of Baden Baden to the hotel in Mainz. On the Autobahn we travelled at 100kph, but the cars, as long as they stay on the right when they're not overtaking, can do any speed! There was a jam near Europa Park, and as the cars and trucks realised, they automatically applied their warning lights. Arrived Mainz at 6.30pm. Drinks and dinner at hotel. Farewell to Mark who's leaving the tour to visit his son in ...
Just a little warning, I am very tired tonight, so who knows if any of this entry will make sense, but at least you can look at the pictures!
we woke up early and took an hour long bus ride over to Heidelberg where we got
a tour of the Heidelberg castle, a great lunch, and a tour of the village. After we got back from the tours in
Heidelberg everyone was extremely exhausted, but we needed dinner so we went to
a nice ...