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... castle ruin and picturesque churches.
We stopped in for lunch at the local restaurant and checked out the view from the top of the castle wall, which is pretty much an empty shell these days. The catholic church was quite quaint inside, but we had to keep moving on.
It was only a couple more kilometres from the top down to the river and over the lock back into Neckarsteinach. After ...
... the Salian Kingdom. This led to the building of the the very impressive cathedral which dominates the town and was consecrated in 1061 before it was completed. It was the largest church of its time and became the burial place of eight German Emperors and Kings. The Speyer Cathedral remains the largest Romanesque church to this very day. The town has typical German architecture and some large plazas around the cathedral, which it needs because of its size. ...
... summer with the good camera and do it justice.
Steffie booked in Sunday Easter Brunch down at the Strandbad, Mannheim's equivalent of a beach. It is a patch that was cleared out just south of Mannheim on the Rhine River and it is a pebble beach on the inner curve. According to the sign, it was first developed starting in 1920/21 to combat:
"zum ersten Mal mit der sogenannten wilden ...
... big cities and a great part of public art. I consider graffiti to be one of the purest forms of art because its temporary, openly accessible and home grown. I don't like when its on private homes or anything, but a public bridge is open gallery space as far as I'm concerned. There was even a Banksy style stencil.
Walking back over the river to Mannheim gave me a good look at the harbour area and the poorer side of ...
Arrived at our Hotel about 5.30 local time after travelling on 3 different trains since 9 o clock this morning. We were glad the Hotel was within walking distance of Mannheim station. Had dinner in the Hotel and having a bit of a sit down now. Leaving again at 9 o'clock to travel to Munich then Murnau and then finally a coach to Oberramergau. It will be nice to finally get there. Met some people on the train that came from High Wycombe so we talked to them about the floods around ...