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... boarding the bus for Boppard and our Rhine River cruise. What a wonderful way to spend an afternoon!!! Beautiful warm day, sun shining and a class of wine from the Rhine area......bliss!!!! The cruise took about an hour and a half and Werry picked us up at the other end where we continued onto Heidelberg for dinner at a German pub and then settling into our home for the night at the Crowne ...
... being late ( NO it was ICE ) met out guide for the tour named Michael & let the tour begin. Photos could not be taken inside the factory so only the forum we were allowed to. After a short presentation & 5 minute movie into the working area we went. The total area was 120 acres in area & although I'm not into the inner workings of a tractor was amazed at the expanse of the area. Isn't like any normal factory. Each person ...
... for the gas staton. But half way there, I looked at the fuel gauge and it showed full. So we high-tailed it back to Hertz to show them and all was fine.
We left there and took a tram to the hauptbahnhof to establish a 'beach-head' in Mannheim. Also while there, we made arrangements to head off to Basel in Switzerland on Friday. Only 2.5 hours away.
Finally, we escaped the hauptbahnhof around 2:30 and made for the tourist information office. There we ...
... Grand Place.
Duisburg. In the end, I made 3 trips to Duisburg which is more than I thought! Once to meet everyone, once for a funeral and once to celebrate New Years, so I had very different experiences each time. It was great to get to know everybody up there and everyone was very friendly and accommodating. Next time they will have to come and visit us!
German. My German has come along in leaps ...
... the castle was used as a regal residence. Until it was destroyed by lightning in 1764 leaving it permanently uninhabitable, the castle was the residence for most of the Prince Electors. In 1800, Count Charles de Graimberg began the difficult task of conserving the castle ruins. Up until this time, the citizens of Heidelberg had used the castle stones to build new houses.
Just as breath-taking as the castle is from the city, so too is the city from the castle. From either the ...