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... settled, we decided to check out the local festival - The Kings Table - now the other name for it is the Kaisertafel. It's a big open street festival with games, activities, rides for children, lots of food options, shopping and a wide variety of beverage offerings. As it turned out, we arrived there around 11:30am and stayed through to 6:30-ish. We roamed up and down the street and checked it all out. See the pics. After we arrived home, ...
... for the gas staton. But half way there, I looked at the fuel gauge and it showed full. So we high-tailed it back to Hertz to show them and all was fine.
We left there and took a tram to the hauptbahnhof to establish a 'beach-head' in Mannheim. Also while there, we made arrangements to head off to Basel in Switzerland on Friday. Only 2.5 hours away.
Finally, we escaped the hauptbahnhof around 2:30 and made for the tourist information office. There we ...
... tasty indeed. Next, it was cruise down the "main drag" and go shoulder to shoulder with like-minded tourists and kill time. Finally it was time to return to the car.
We parked in an underground parking area in the centre of the old town directly below the big castle. The parking was only €5.00 for or 4 hour stay. We set the GPS for Speyer and headed home. By 3:30 we were back at our home exchange and planning tomorrow's ...
... little rooms, each with a piece of fluorescent art hanging from the curved roofs.
Eventually we came to another grotto room with benches and everyone sat down. So did we. There were three musicians at the front on sitar, bass guitar and tabla. After some introductory remarks and jokes from the sitar player - we found ourselves laughing along even though we had no idea what he was saying - they launched into the ...
... B." We
took another bus to the base of the yesterday’s funicular – at which point we
had two choices to WALK UP to the castle.
One path was 1,200 steps – and the other was “no steps” but a steep
cobblestone path. Needless to say, we
chose the “no steps” option and took off.
Yes, it was steep, but we couldn’t see
the top, so we trudged ...