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... we were there for the whole afternoon and ended up coming away with two bags of lollies! They even started throwing out kitchen sponges just for fun.
Of course if you wanted something then you had to reply to the carnival salute of ahoy, which is the local greeting here. In other areas it's helau. And I was the only person in the crowd who spotted the two drunk Bananas in Pyjamas from the local ski club! Some cultural references just don't travel well!
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... explore the many Christmas markets. We, again, made a dinner out of bratwurst and gluwein, and in the process noticed a bit more of a language barrier here. Now, back in the hotel room we are resting our legs and making plans for tomorrow. These plans include learning some useful German phrases, because since we've been here we have been on the wrong side of the language barrier a few too many times. Most important- how to properly order gluwein in ...
... town center has some really nice old buildings, however, they need to be taken care of.
Also most shops are especially made for tourists, esp. for Asian ones. Asian employees work in the shops and there are Asian letters on the windows. That at least to me is a definite turn off as after all it is Heidelberg, a town famous for its history, culture and university. I guess though that everything changes over time.
The Christmas markets ...
... 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 ...