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... much colder last time as we came down the hill into Neckargemünd and we didn't feel like doing all of the 23kms in one day. That came especially after we had to scramble up the icy steps on the way to the Königstühl. So although this is our second stage, it is actually part two of the first one. Because the Neckarsteig as a themed trail is still in its marketing infancy, they are planning on making it two stages ...
... but were allowed to plunder. The courtyards of the castle are the highlight, as is the magnificent view looking down to the red roofs of the old town to the Neckar River. Neckar means "the wild man" and the river can get very wild indeed with heavy flooding following the snow melts. Eight bridges have been destroyed by flood but the 1784 stone bridge below the castle still stands. We did a walking tour of this old university town. The Heidelberg ...
... but there were a few interesting things like the coins. You don't see many old Italian Lira, French Francs, Reichsmarks or Deutsche Marks these days The 1923 Notgeld (Emergency Money) 10,000 Mark coin was pretty interesting from the days of hyperinflation.
Because we haven't been going swimming at all lately, we've been going for a few walks around the place just to get out of the house ...
We woke to a beautiful warm but misty morning in Heidelberg.
Meg got her HSC results - she is happy! We are all happy and proud.
We drove down the hill from our hotel to the town. The view was gorgeous. We stopped at a look out to take it in.
After a frustrating half hour driving around trying to find a car parking station that was high enough to fit our tank in, we finally found a street ...
... The 30 Years War. After we passed under Dilsberg the first castle of Neckarsteinach became visible. All four castles were built between 1100 and 1230, two of the castles are ruins but the other two are privately owned and still occupied. The castles are given names based on where they are situated on the river. The first is 'Vorderburg' or the Furthest Castle; next ...