Apartments & Hotel Kurpfalzhof
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Matt did a pretty good job of it all! It got me thinking about how little I cook these days! I used to do a Sunday roast or boiled silverside back in Adelaide every now and again, but cooking was never one of my real talents. In Germany I've gotten used to a bread diet!
To aid digestion, I suggested we go for a walk through Plankstadt, which also happens to be on my To-See-List. Many people might wonder ...
... museum in the region: Sinsheim, Speyer, Mannheim and the two car museums in Stuttgart. So I am a little bit over planes, trains and automobiles, which I am not a huge fan of in the first place! So it was basically to go and see the cameras!
The Carl Benz Museum in Ladenburg is the end of a long story from the great man himself. Most people know him as Karl Benz, but that is because the letter C is not common in ...
... to that it was not the case. We visited the Heidelberg Castle which sits on top of the city, and you can see the town below. There are no furniture left. Only empty castle and some of the areas are just facades. In the Heidelberg Castle you can see the biggest wine barrel in the world. In the olden days, the townspeople had to pay taxes, and if they could not pay money, ...
... that were
supposed to be available for visitors (according to pictures), but come to find
out they have not been maintained, and, therefore, we just patches of green
Finally, our very gregarious English
speaking guide introduced us to the interior of the Castle – and for the next
hour or so entertained us and explained the origin of the castle, the prince
electorate who built it, ...
... contains a 400+ liter wine cask that was made from oak trees, it is so big they used a pump to remove the wine and never filled it more than half-way. It was used for about 20 years and then started leaking so it was emptied and left as a curiosity. There was also the German Pharmacy museum that was on the castle grounds which we quickly went through. So that is ...