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... lots of lovely little villages and some impressive castles. Back on the coach and on to Heildeberg. Heidleberg was chocolate box pretty the village reminded us of a model train set. Bern took us for an orientation tour around the village and told us some history of the huge castle that overlooks the city. We had 90 mind free time to look at the shops and buildings then we off too our hotel for dinner. Dinner was a buffet dinner as there was a conference in ...
... our hotel expecting to return our car and walk back, but the hotel clerk said it wS much too far because we had to walk around the entire airport. She gave us her card and said to call for a hotel shuttle. We thanked her and drove to the airport. No one reading this will be surprised that we decided to walk back to the hotel (it was also ...
... landmarks in Heidelberg apart from some lovely old bridges and a crumbling castle. We had a few hours of free time to wander and acquaint ourselves with this town, today is the first day we have had rain, not much of it but enough to be annoying without our jackets that were in the bus of course. After our quick visit it was back to our hotel for dinner. Tomorrow is our last day and we are off to ...
... the hostel where we packed and rested.
Around 8pm we got a call from Siobhan and meet her outside our hostel. We went to a local place to eat. It was good and cheap food.
After this we met up with some of Siobhan’s friends at a cocktail bar, had a few drinks and then moved onto the bar down the road for some cheaper drinks.
By the time we finished it was 3am.
Friday 26th September 2014
After the day spent in the Rhine and Moselle Valleys, we returned to Karlsruhe to see Foster and the Blue Lake Symphony and Choir perform at the Konzerthaus in Karlsruhe. The concert was held as a benefit concert for the Mende Nazer Foundation which helps to support the funding of schools in the Nuba region of Sudan. The setting was beautiful. The Konzerthaus was built in 1913 but was heavily damaged during WWII. The performance this evening was ...