G Stehaus Am Riedweg
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... We travelled along the autobahn where trucks and buses have a 100km speed limit but cars have none although it's a bit of an unwritten rule that 200km is the limit for cars. We did see a few whizzzzz past a few times. Forgot to mention yesterday that in Belgium you're charged 50 cents to use the toilets which had everyone saving their coins for the next stop. Today in Germany we found they ...
... the hype was for. Onwards through some lovely little German towns in the Black Forest where we stopped to buy food and parked under an impressive railway bridge. The food in Germany gets a big tick. I'm back to drooling over all the choices and useless in a supermarket as I can't decide. Once we decided we'd seen enough of the black forest at leisure I put a GPS co-ordinate in for Heidelberg and off we went on the motorway and things were going well for a short ...
... an old fire brigade building which has been converted into a live music venue. Across the road is a large square and near the river are a couple of old railway cars that have been converted into an outdoor bar. Certainly not your typical city!
I walked along the northern side of the river, which has a lot of old buildings and a view over the Neckar River to the Mannheim Harbour. I noticed a lot of graffiti, which is ...
... from all over Europe. The one we particularly cared about arrives from Lyon, France.
Our hotel gladly supplied us with a corkscrew and wine glasses and we were set. Of course we went on a few walks, but the main source of entertainment was each other.
... 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 ...