…we say “Farewell” to Mainz, Germany For a bit. Join us at (Not the)Nelson Daily Photo….
Still not very nice, though…..
Going to Heinrichs – Die Wirtschaft for Friday lunch is almost like going to lunch with friends. We’re not “regulars” – probably only once every 6-8 weeks – but we’re…
Advertising pillar outside the Gutenberg Museum
….where you sit.
Alfred Hitchcock Crows murdering at the University Clinic.
Appears that some serious proletysing’s been going on recently and quite successfully, it would seem. De-cluttering via the inorganic rubbish collection in the Hindeburgstrasse
The roundabout in Mombach sports a new look to celebrate the 33rd jubilee of the Carneval Clubs Mombach „Die Eulenspiegel“ (CCM). “Didn’t think it was going to be QUITE that…
Mombach, actually. Same thing….
…with cathedral. Corner of Domstrasse and Liebfrauenplatz
I started counting them and even got up to 43. Then I thought “Sod it, I’ll just say that there are n trees….”
The finance sector’s glass palaces in Frankfurt at sunset
Light. Mainz station
Overpass at Mainz station
…they should win it” said the theatre critic in the Allgemeine Zeitung. Actor Matthias Brandt is the youngest son of Willy Brandt, a former German chancellor instrumental in reconciling West…
Lamps at the Frankfurter Hof
if you’ve had no snow drops…er…fall
…berry mild weather at the moment…
St Stephan’s (of Chagall window fame): 990 years old. Which isn’t REALLY old for around here, but it’ll do Grungy post-war utilitarian on the left: 60-ish New: The flash apartment…
If it says “Stick no bills”, isn’t the owner of the property setting an example that can justifiably be used as exoneration of anti-social behaviour? To wit: “Sticking bills” Normative…
…and yes, it’s still raining. Well, drizzle more than real rain, actually, but I’m sure we;ll be breaking records soon
Lars Reichow, a local satirist and cabaret artist, is rarely at a loss for an elegant turn of phrase. In his weekly newspaper column, he segues from bemoaning the lack…