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... a hut over the Neckar river bend. According to the sign, the river hasn't always carried the same course and it has steadily changed over the centuries to become what it is today. That is until they started cutting canals and installing locks to regulate the flow!
One of the problems about putting in locks and building on the riverbanks, is that it disrupts ...
... up to the town of Speyer which is only a short walk from the ship. Speyer (pronounced Spire) is a nice town of 50,000 inhabitants in the German state called Rhineland-Palatinate. Speyer is one of Germany's oldest towns, founded by the Romans. However, 1024 marked a decisive event in the town when Konrad II a Salian Emperor from the Speyer district was elected King of Germany, making Speyer the centre of imperial politics and making it the spiritual ...
... go for walks as well, but you don't really appreciate it so much when you are young!
I dusted off the cobwebs from the bike and rode over to Ladenburg as well to do a loop of the Green Ring around the old town. I managed to see another pheasant and get some nice clear views over the river. Ladenburg is really old and some of the buildings and signs are amazing. I am going to do a proper walk ...
I am not sure my insides are going to survive a week in Germany.
Meg passed & had a Subway instead.
We walked around the old town - beautiful.
We headed back to the car and started our 3hr drive to Nurenberg.
It was Dan's turn up the back with Lily. She started crying. A shuffle of seats. I am up the back with Lily & Meg & Dan are riding shot gun playing DJ. ...
... we stayed on board. The trip back was longer then the trip to Neckarsteinach because of delays at the locks so the total trip was longer than a three hour tour.
Robyn was determined to go through the Heidelberg Castle but English speaking tours ...