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The final thing we did on Sunday was drive along the scenic road that winds up and through the Black Forest. Germans call this the Schwarldhochstraße, we called it the scenic road as the former is a bit difficult to pronounce. It was really beautiful, and winded about 60 km up to the highest elevation ...
... into building something so intricate and vast. I know this is nothing compared to some other European sights we will come across, but it was still incredible. The monastery was nestled in the sleepy town of Maulbronn at the foot of some hills. On the hills was a vineyard, which was really picturesque. In this region, the vineyards are all grown on hillsides, which seems kind of challenging. Enjoy the ...
... Mass and Bach's Symphonie 9. An interesting fact is that Brahms debuted his Symphonie No. 1 at the Konzerthaus in Karlsruhe. After the concert, we returned to the hotel to catch up with Shane who had stayed to watch the Germany vs. USA match. Sadly, Germany won 1-0. We then headed downstairs for a fabulous dinner of lamb, plaice and pork wrapped in bacon accompanied by red wine from Germany. Tomorrow, we are on to the north and plan to stay overnight in ...
So today I slept again whilst Bee was at uni. As she got back we got changed and drove to the tennis courts which are at the back of the Schlossgarten. There we met up with Paul and him and Bee played tennis whilst I walked around the Schlossgarten. I saw the stadium, and the Grosherzogische Grabkappelle, which is where all the Grossherzogen (the Dukes) are burried. We then came back home and I then went to the postgalerie , ...
... of wines that farmers brought in as tax. It also apparently had a lot of apple juice in it since that's what some of the farmers would put in since there would be no way of knowing.
After the wine barrel we went to the apothecary or pharmacy museum. It has a lot of interesting stuff in it such as the original cabinets and equipment from early Heidelberg pharmacies. The early pharmacists of the profession had ...