ISG Hotel Heidelberg
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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 ...
... we had another degustation dinner as follows: Shot of Sweet Corn Soup with Whiskey Smoked Duck Breast on Cumberland Sauce with Salad Bouquet Cream of White Asparagus Soup Pan Fried Filet of Pike Perch on Riesling Risotto & Parsley Sauce Passionfruit Sorbet Pink Roasted Lamb Rack on Bacon Lentil, Gratinated Polenta,Thyme Sauce Chocolate Soufflé on Strawberry Coulis Petit Fours International Cheese and Fruits Today is again a fine day and the ...
... Around the river bend, the Reißinsel is closed off from March to the end of June so that the local birds can breed. The Germans even have to organise their nature!
It sort of reminded me of the wildly expensive photograph by Andreas Gursky called Rhein II, which was photoshopped to hell to make it technically perfect, but in my opinion completely boring.
Our time on this fabulous trip is coming to an end and the days are just flying by this especially becomes more obvious when you spend most of your days on the bus as we have for most of this day.
We left Lucerne early morning on our way to Germany. The scenery has changed from beautiful mountainous Switzerland to more rolling hills but not so green Germany. German houses are beautiful, adorned with lots ...
... more than anything else. Incidentally angst means anxiety in English, but it comes from the German word Angst (fear).
The library in Heidelberg is part of the Heidelberg University, one of the oldest in Europe. It has over 3 million books! The university was founded in 1386. Its library was founded a few years later and is world renowned. It is a public library in the traditional sense, but also holds many ...