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The trail from Neckargemünd to Neckarsteinach is about 10kms, but we didn't want to make any shortcuts. So we walked around in a loop in town to pick up where we had left off, which ended up taking us through a park back down to the river and back up to the train station again! From there it was a steady climb out eastwards to what is called the Oberer Stadtwald (upper city forest) and a fantastic ...
... to the castle, was in 1303. They certainly knew how to drink in the olden days and the castle has a cellar with some very large wine barrels, the largest of which is a 9 metre diameter oak barrel built in 1750 with a capacity of 228,000 litres. The average person drank up to 10 litres of wine a day and the alcoholic content was 4% to 5%. Prince Henry IV in the mid 16th century was a very overweight alcoholic and decided to do something about it so he ...
... our legs. I never understood how important that is until I started living on my own in Findon. I used to walk around the triangle of Grange, Findon and Crittenden Roads to get some fresh air and it was always good to walk down to the beach and back, which took a little longer. There are so many things that you notice about the area you live in by going for strolls. Up at Blackwood as a kid, we ...
... to the travel expo. And by that I mean a lot more about the tourism industry. I don't get to learn much about it, just two weeks every semester, but once you learn something then you look at the world differently.
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For example, Mount Kilimanjaro. I had obviously heard before that Mount Kilimanjaro is the ...
We start at Dirk's place (my companion) at 6am in Mannheim to get train to Stuttgart airport from where we fly to Belgrade(Serbia). We are excited about the trip and find it hard to imagine what is going to await us in the wilderness of Albania and how we will get there especially because the recent balkan flooding seems to have damaged some of the train connections we planned to ...