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... Anyways we keep climbing up and walking parallel to the river and came across a big boulder called the Tillystein. It was dedicated to General Tilly, one of the major players during the Thirty Years War. In 1622 he lay siege to the hilltop castle of Dilsberg and conquered it for the first time until the Swedish came through a decade later and recaptured it.
We crossed over the Herrbach in the valley ...
... founded in 1386 and is the oldest university in Germany and was the fourth university established in the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation. The university is federally funded and is free of charge for both local and foreign students but only 19% of the students are foreign because the entrance exams are difficult and must be completed in fluent German. There are 32,000 students. In the afternoon the sun was shining and consequently it warmed up a bit and ...
... our legs. I never understood how important that is until I started living on my own in Findon. I used to walk around the triangle of Grange, Findon and Crittenden Roads to get some fresh air and it was always good to walk down to the beach and back, which took a little longer. There are so many things that you notice about the area you live in by going for strolls. Up at Blackwood as a kid, we ...
... is an abandoned office building, due to be torn down. I walked over the pedestrian bridge, which is brilliantly lit up at night time to the Neckaruferbebauung. The three skyscrapers are a bit of an eyesore on the northern bank of the Neckar River and part of the suburb Neckarstadt. The area is in dire need of a refurbishment and it seems to be a low cost housing part of Mannheim.
At the end of the area is the ...
... from all over Europe. The one we particularly cared about arrives from Lyon, France.
Our hotel gladly supplied us with a corkscrew and wine glasses and we were set. Of course we went on a few walks, but the main source of entertainment was each other.