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... out of the dead level of the surrounding green plains, visible from a great distance down the bends of the river, and with just exactly room on the top of its head for its steepled and turreted and roof-clustered cap of architecture, which same is tightly jammed and compacted within the perfectly round hoop of the ancient village wall.
Talk about being descriptive! He could have put a few more full stops in though!
... Prince Frederick married Elizabeth Stuart and brought her from England to live in the castle. They made renovations to the castle and also helped make Heidelberg the cultural centre of Europe. Outside the castle, Frederick had Elizabeth's Gate built as a surprise birthday present in one night. Unfortunately the 30 year war with France intervened and the French destroyed and burnt the castle in 1693 and they did a good job of it as soldiers in those days ...
... summer with the good camera and do it justice.
Steffie booked in Sunday Easter Brunch down at the Strandbad, Mannheim's equivalent of a beach. It is a patch that was cleared out just south of Mannheim on the Rhine River and it is a pebble beach on the inner curve. According to the sign, it was first developed starting in 1920/21 to combat:
"zum ersten Mal mit der sogenannten wilden ...
... 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 ...
... or an old box computer. This DDC system is a series of numbers corresponding to the particular subject. I used to love going into the 600s and looking for aeroplanes (629) or World War Two history. Every book would have a card in the back that you would need to get stamped with the date, when it was due. This has definitely been replaced these days with barcode scanners. The Uni Bib uses a year classification, so they ...