We reached this park through well-maintained public gardens with wide open spaces and well-established trees. We then paid our euros 6 each to explore the Louisenpark itself. This is a cross between a botanical garden and a small zoo. Stables accommodated a HUGE pig and some cuddly-looking sheep and goats. Aviaries contained an assortment of exotic birds (some with double-jointed knees), ponds had ducks, swans with unusual colourings and one aviary was topped by its very own storks' nest (although one stork clearly preferred perching on the top of a lamp post instead). The Pfalzer Weinstube provided an excellent lunch (succulent, ultra-tender beed cheeks) as well as a choice of local specialities of the sausage and dumplings variety). Yellow-roofed provided boating opportunities on a large lake.
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