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... cents.....Andy said Germany charges more for everything. We stopped at one servo for a loo break and were amazed at the toilets that were there.....the seat actually rotates and is cleaned before you use it. One of those things you have to see to believe. On we went to Cologne where we saw the Cathedral......an amazing building erected in the 13th century. We also did a little souvenir ...
... its very cheap. Chores in the morning and then off to explore Heidelberg. We were on the lock bridge discussing how we needed to find the info centre so we could find the Castle and other features of the town when we turned around and it nearly hit us in the face. Its huge and sits on the hillside above the town in all its glory. Scrap the info centre we just wandered everywhere and witnessed four weddings in the space of an hour as they all got married in ...
... an instrument that most people don't want to hear...the music was excellent. We spent a leisurely morning enjoying Sunday breakfast of eggs Benedict and just relaxing before eating our next meal...lunch. I hope the counter at delta doesn't charge us extra on our return trip with the added poundage that we will be most assuredly be carrying on our bodies. Let me take a few moments to tell you about our river boat. The crew is amazing. ...
... mile bridge!
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1. Bertha Benz Memorial Route, Baden-Württemberg. You can't mentioned scenic drives without mentioning the very first one! It may not have stunning scenery, but without a car you can't go for a drive either!
Nestled in the hill 300 feet above the city of Heidelberg stands the breath-taking Heidelberg Schloss (castle). The castle is a combination of several buildings surrounding an inner courtyard, put together with a haphazard look. Each building highlights a different period of German architecture.
The castle has a history almost as old as the city itself. The first parts of the castle were constructed around 1300, but it wasn’t before Prince Elector Ruprecht III (1398 – ...