Hotel Am Tiergarten
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... So we ended up way off the proper bike path, only getting back to it after another long deviation in completely the wrong direction. There were quite a few hills, so we were pretty tired by the time we reached our campsite at Bruchsal, on the way to Heidleburg.. Did not take any photos due to getting lost, etc. No wifi at Bad Liebenzell, so sent the last entries from McDonalds who always have free ...
... some final shots. The drive today is only 186 km but we took a detour through Triberg so we could get one of our last German sausages. We went to the same shop that we did on last years trip. Russ is driving again as Steve has problems with his left knee. Russ's cold has also refreshed and he is not the best. Leave Triberg and get to our hotel just outside Baden Baden at around 4.30pm. A bit of a slow trip as the traffic on ...
... of tips about Oktoberfest. Talked about some towns we have been to and also property in Germany. It was really nice.
Once she had finished we closed up and when to the best Chinese place in town and met up with her partner. Dinner was good. We were stuffed.
They took us next to an awesome little hipster bar where we had a few drinks before heading back to the hostel.
Wednesday 24th September 2014
Seventh Stop: Heidelberg, Germany. This was an adorable little town with the town square outside of our hotel, a river and elaborate bridge just a block away and the castle above us on the hillside. Some mornings, Courtney and I would watch wedding after wedding come through the city building from out window or down in the town square over a drink. We lost count after about 9 weddings in 2 days. In Heidelberg we explored ...
... in Worms. The interior renovations weren't great and the modern concrete look doesn't do it justice.
The pyramid was interesting as it was erected on the site of an old church years after the great man's death. It actually suits the city given the sort of Freemason theme that the whole place has. The city's nickname is actually 'the fan city' because the streets radiate outwards from the Schloss and is a mixture of triangles, lines and circles. ...