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... been trying to take a photo every day on the tram of the Edingen Water Tower. This tower marks the boundary of Edingen from Weblingen which is the outer village from Heidelberg. I never thought of a country having villages given that Adelaide is such a sprawling metropolis, but with fields separating the settlements there is a physical boundary at least. Anyway today I finally managed to get a good shot given the fast moving tram.
... Germany, Ludwigsbourg is known for its castles and churches and its beautiful Christmas market that starts in December. We ended Evann's trip at a fancy restaurant in Winnenden that overlooked the surrounding towns and I had her try my favorite meal spaetzle (she loved it). It was sad to say good bye at the airport today but cannot wait until we have another European adventure together in the future! ...
... making noise. We escaped the crowds by crossing over the Neckar River and up to the Philosopher's Way which is a famous walking route in Heidelberg.
The road climbs steeply up from the street and it is a wonder how the cars manage to stay put! After a 10 minute climb, we came out at the garden which gives a lovely view of Heidelberg. Unfortunately the light was fading which wasn't great for pictures, but ...
I still am keen to play the tourist even though I'm only travelling 10kms to Heidelberg every day. So I thought about taking a few photos of things which aren't exactly typical in Australia or North America, but seem commonplace here. A few examples are the tram station being on the edge of a farming field, seeing about a million bicycles locked up around the Heidelberg Hauptbahnhof and the very long river boats that cruise up and down the Neckar.
... that it is quite old; more than 600 years and has had quite a history over this period. Ultimately it began its demise after Charles III Philip, Elector Palantine moved to Mannheim and built the Mannheim Palace in the 18th century. More on this one later...
We walked through the courtyard and down into the wine cellar where there was a pretty big wine barrel followed by a wine barrel the size of an entire room! Apparently it holds 222,000 litres and was made in ...
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