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... guessed Steinach then you win a pat on the back! Any ideas about Neckarsulm or Neckargerach? Yes for the first, but the second was renamed Seebach in 1676. No Final Jeopardy for you.
Remember what two bodies of water that converge are called? One of my favourite words: confluence. Know of any? Murray and Darling Rivers perhaps? Neckar and Rhine Rivers?
... the forecasts is that the temperature will increase by a couple of degrees each day, reaching about 20 degrees by the time we reach Paris. Such a difference from what has been in those areas over the past two weeks. So it is a nice but cold 6 degree day to head off to Heidelberg, but later it got down to 2 degrees. I haven't been to this town for 30 years but places like this don't change much. The ruins of Heidelberg Castle up on the hill are a landmark ...
... Around the river bend, the Reißinsel is closed off from March to the end of June so that the local birds can breed. The Germans even have to organise their nature!
It sort of reminded me of the wildly expensive photograph by Andreas Gursky called Rhein II, which was photoshopped to hell to make it technically perfect, but in my opinion completely boring.
... snow free, but the Konigstuhl is quite a bit higher than the rest so we weren't exactly sure.
Starting in Heidelberg, we had a nice warm up by walking down the main street from Bismarkplatz to the Bergbahn. From there we climbed the steps up to the castle and walked up the road to the start of the Himmelsleiter. On the way we passed a house, which Sissi had lived in during one of her many trips to ...
... of walking I had made it to Bizmarkplatz which is at the start of the old city.