Hotel Zur Alten Brucke
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... We travelled along the autobahn where trucks and buses have a 100km speed limit but cars have none although it's a bit of an unwritten rule that 200km is the limit for cars. We did see a few whizzzzz past a few times. Forgot to mention yesterday that in Belgium you're charged 50 cents to use the toilets which had everyone saving their coins for the next stop. Today in Germany we found they ...
... office. All a bit surreal. Our waitress told us they marry, have a glass of Champagne, go and eat some food and then have the big party. Heidelberg is very touristy and there are many shops trying to take your money. They took mine when I brought a little something for my daughters which I'm sure they will like. After 4 or 5 hours of looking we'd had enough and headed back to the beast for a rest. Tomorrow we are making our way towards Austria with a few stops along the ...
... the next bus but to take the very old wooden funicular down. Cost a bit but worth not having to sit and wait. I guess I could have hiked for a while, but on my own, not this little black duck.
Returned back to my " home" and read until it was time to go out for dinner.
Tonight I am eating at a Heidelberg institution, Zum Roten Ochsen(the red ox). David had brought it my attention as it is mentioned in a book he had read ...
... Lastly we shared an order of tartiflette. It had caught our eye every time we walked past it so we decided to finally give it a try. Among its many ingredients it has sliced potatoes, parsley, several cheeses, bacon, butter, and other deliciousness. It's cooked in a massive metal bowl over fire and it was incredible! What a great last meal in Belgium (although the tartiflette is originally from France)!
Leaving our little B&B was sad, but ...
... to the bus. An hour ride back, lunch and a short nap prepared us for our next adventure, the market at Rudesheim.
We return later than usual to the ship, at 1:30. We have late lunch, hang out a bit and then I con Mom into walking into town to see the market. It's late afternoon and she wants to sleep but I convince her that she can sleep tomorrow. We walk along the Rhine river for close to a mile to reach the town. It's a pleasant walk. ...