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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
The second stop into the Black Forest region was the Maulbronn Abbey, a Monastery built sometime in the 1300s. The pamphlet we got mentioned it was over 800 years old, but I'm getting confused as some components were a little younger than that, like 600 years old. In any case, it was incredible. They had some descriptions of the masonry that was done to construct it. I just can't imagine the hard work ...
... the castle. The views overlooking Heidelberg are some of the most picturesque ever, with the bridges, winding river, tile rooftops, colorful homes, and much more.
The old baroque square is where we had our lunch, in a typical German restaurant. Of course, we had a sampling of their beer included with the lunch, salad, and a kind of dumpling which I thought was excellent. It was topped off with coffee and a vanilla pudding with chocolate and ice cream!
... Teahouses, Lake Louise, Alberta.
This is one for the tourists, but it doesn't make it easy. Usually people choice between going up to the Plain of Six Glaciers teahouse or the Lake Agnes teahouse, but we decided to do both plus the Devil's Thumb! This is one that you can't really describe, but we got to see an illusive mountain goat!
... what met my eyes, I will never forget; so inexorably is the image burned into my brain. On the ground in front of me, struggling to rise to his feet, was the smaller man, clearly in considerable pain. I ran to him, thinking nothing of my own safety, or of the possible motives of a man I knew not at all. Seeing me approach, he hissed at me in a language I didn't understand, rose shakily to his feet, and half ran, half crawled into the surrounding thick vegetation, whereupon ...