Hotel Restaurant Auerstein
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A nice sleep in today (6:00) good buffet breakfast, and we were "wheels rolling"at 7:30 on our way to Germany. The motorway to Germany was not particularly interesting and Bern suggested that we would not be missing much if we had a nap. :). As we approached the boarder Bern announced that we would stop at a service station for a comfort stop. She warned us that the service station itself was basic ( and it was just like a small service centre with a ...
We went for our last 3 mile run in Linkenheim this morning. We packed up and said our goodbyes to our wonderful German hosts, Rudy, Conny, Tomas, Matthias, and Andreas. We unfortunately hit a traffic jam on the way to Frankfurt (first accident we have seen on this trip) and our 1 1/2 hour drive turned into a more than 3 hour drive. We ...
... The whole village seemed to be there enjoying Harmonica Roland sing his best songs with his accordion. We consumed a few glasses of Neuer Wein (fresh pressed wine) along with a slice of Zwiebelkuchen (onion tart). Then it was time for home and a round of cards!
You can even read about the Kerwe in bad German dialect on Wiki!
Anyway, at the bottom, we pleaded our
case to the kind worker at the ticket booth – and he gave us a free funicular
ride to the Castle (generous German!!).
Finally at the top, we arranged a tour of the castle with the next
English gathering – and set off to explore the grounds and see the view of the
Alstadt (Old Town) and the Neckar River from the walls of the Castle. We were looking for ...
... after completing this the castle was once again struck by lightening and the palaces caught fire and were destroyed. At this point it was decided not to waste money on castles so the ruins remained until the 19th century and the center palaces were restored. At the end of WW II when the US Army was occupying Heidelberg they used the restored palace as a headquarters. ...