I’m in the first of two weeks of daily treatment done by a sports physician, Prof. Dr. Dr. Riel in Gross-Gerau. About seven or so years ago, I had a calcific tendinitis in my left shoulder, which was treated and healed in Erding, Bavaria (close to Munich). This time, on the other side, it doesn’t seem to be that simple, and at the end of week two, I’ll have to see another doctor for a MRT scan – interesting; never had one of those.
Yesterday Mitchie told me that friends of hers are looking for a house in Gross-Gerau, and since I like the place and was a bit early anyway today, I decided to take one of the cameras to get some snapshots of the area around Adolf-Kolping-Street, were the doctor is located (that’s pretty close to the train station). Here we go with the middle of that street, and the entrance sign of my doc:
Directly opposite of it is a play street with nice one family houses:
The fanciest buildings around are those of the Kindergarten. This is the back of it, directly beside a catholic church:
These wooden structures even look a bit Norwegian with that painting, don’t they? Here’s the front entrance on the other side:
As you can see, I forgot to bring the sunshade for Mitchie’s 20mm lens, and you can get flare if you don’t care (hey, that rhymes!). A few seconds after taking this, a concerned Kindergarten employee came out to ask me what I’m doing, and why I’m taking photos of their Kindergarten. I explained it to her, and everything was good. They care for their children, which is good.
Even if you wouldn’t find a house you like, or one that is both accessible and affordable, there’s still the possibility to build one:
After that, I headed inside the doctor’s – it was still 1 or 2°C in the morning, so I was glad to get in…
Thanks for viewing.