Apartments & Hotel Kurpfalzhof
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... Anyways we keep climbing up and walking parallel to the river and came across a big boulder called the Tillystein. It was dedicated to General Tilly, one of the major players during the Thirty Years War. In 1622 he lay siege to the hilltop castle of Dilsberg and conquered it for the first time until the Swedish came through a decade later and recaptured it.
We crossed over the Herrbach in the valley ...
The passenger mix on this Rhine river cruise is slightly different to on the Rhone. There are 92 passengers and whereas most were Aussies, with a few English and Kiwis on the first cruise, a lot of those who joined us for this second cruise are English, just having a one week cruise. Quite a few I have spoken to are testing whether or not they like river cruising and all are very impressed with the ship and find it more luxurious than they had anticipated. ...
... go for walks as well, but you don't really appreciate it so much when you are young!
I dusted off the cobwebs from the bike and rode over to Ladenburg as well to do a loop of the Green Ring around the old town. I managed to see another pheasant and get some nice clear views over the river. Ladenburg is really old and some of the buildings and signs are amazing. I am going to do a proper walk ...
... musical experiences of our lives! See the videos, although I don't know if they do it justice. Who knew a gong could make that kind of sound?! After the concert we decided to make our final dinner as Belgian as possible. Waffles! I had waffles with chocolate and whipped cream and Jonathan had hot cherries on his. Then we shared a last cup of the tasty gluwein (hot mulled wine), knowing that we would have plenty of opportunity to enjoy more ...
... which flows into the Rhine.
We found the bridge, crossed over walked the other side and came back across another bridge. This bridge crosses the locks for the boats that move up and down the river. The timing was perfect as a boat was heading down river and we were there to witness the whole show of moving the boat down river.
Following the boat show, we found ourselves a little cafe for a coffee and a panini. That ...