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On Saturday as a way to change gears, I convinced Steffie to come and do the Bis-Whiz with me. She set a time of 56min 42sec for the climb and 2hrs 20min for the whole thing. Not bad considering her last climb took her exactly an hour.
Hopefully we can ride out the rest of this week, knock off the remaining stuff and get away clean next Sunday!
... it left! Lets see if I can do better than 32 minutes for the climb, but I don't think by much!
11:45 - Arrive Bismarkplatz, walk into the Altstadt.
12:00 - Arrive Kornmarkt, start climbing the stairs!
12:06 - Arrive Schloss
12:12 - Start of Himmelsleiter
12:32 - Königstuhl Summit then across the ridgeline.
13:10 - On The tram at Bismarkplatz.
If I don't go crazy in the next 2 weeks, then I will survive the next 3 years!
... At the top there was still a little bit of snow lying around; the first snow I have seen this winter!
3. Duales Studium. With some luck I managed to get a Praktikum place at the Hotel Bayrischer Hof in Heidelberg which start next weeks. What that means is 4 weeks of unpaid work experience, but if it all goes well then I can work there for the next 3 years of my studies.
I would be just happy to escape the language school!
Who would have thought it would take a whole afternoon to get to Heidelberg but true to form, Eloise and I managed it! Excitedly chatting about what Australian food we could make for dessert on Christmas day we somehow completely failed to notice that we had arrived at K-town where we were to transfer trains and were heading back to Landstuhl... Fail!!
Following our scenic route we made it to Heidelberg late afternoon, heading to the old town to see the ...
Today we took a trip to the small but beautiful town of Heidelberg, most well known for its castle. We had lunch in a German restaurant, where I had cordon bleu. After lunch we took a long walk up to the castle. Although partly destroyed it was still beautiful, we went on a guided tour through the castle and saw many wonderful sites, especially the gardens where we had a wonderful view over the ...