Achat Hotel Karlsruhe
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... had in Germany. Andrea and I enjoyed an ice cold local hoppy beer as the sausages cooked.
Miles driven since leaving home 820
Day 18 - Enzklosterle
Evan and I took the bikes down to the village bakery for breakfast croissants and Brezil's, we had also ran out of coffee so stopped at the tiny general store for coffee and fruit. It seems very odd leaving your bike outside of shops without locking it.
... and climb the Himmelsleiter all the way up to the Königstuhl. Then instead of heading straight down you do along the ridgeline past the Blockhaus and Gaiberg and down into Bismarckplatz again. The quickest I have done it was around 1.5 hours, but that meant going up without stopping and jogging back down again. We averaged times around 2hrs 15-30mins.
It has been nice getting up to the lookout over the ...
... all traditional German butchers and high street grocers. Only the bakeries survive.
We move on to LEGOLAND tomorrow, Evan is very excited and even went to bed early. We will drive around two hours East away from the Rhine and onto the Danube, the most Easterly we will be of the entire trip, at that point we will be about 100 miles from the Austrian border. One day we will return to this site and visit Karlshule in better ...
The weather was glorious the afternoon I arrived in Karlsruhe, a city on the edge of the Black Forest. I had a very relaxing afternoon wandering through the town, which began with a walk around the zoo (on the outside). I crossed over a pedestrian bridge which overlooks the zoo, and from there I could see the elephants which was an interesting surprise. Not the first animal I was thinking I would see in ...
... Just as we were about to go in the sky darkened and there were thunder in the distance. Just like out of nowhere the most hardcore storm ever broke out and trees were falling and it rained horizontally because of the wind. Not letting this ruin our mood, and since we don't mind getting wet we walked across the station to but tram tickets and check out the castle in the other part of the city.
The sightseeing was not too long, since Karlsruhe is not that ...