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... with chips for lunch. On the cruise we saw some magnificent looking castles in the mountains surrounding the Rhine. Some of these castles included some medieval ruins as well as some that have been looked after. We then continued off to our hotel in Mannheim for some R and R. We finished the day with dinner at our hotel where we had a starter of Salad, a pork schnitzel with mushroom sauce and finished with a bowl of ice ...
... who also had a trailer (very popular with German cyclists) so was the longest bike we've ever seen! We cycled on flood dykes all morning meeting a very angry German a few times who said the signs were dreadful so he kept getting lost, we'd been ok today so might just be his generally **** sense of direction but thought better not to mention it! We made it to worth am Rhein for lunch which we again ate in the car park, we had another ice fruit smoothie in ...
... to the hostel. I thought I had stepped into a different World. There really was a sandy beach with palm trees, hammocks , deck chairs and loungers, and with the water in the background you could have been on a tropical island in the Caribbean. I quickly rallied the troops to come for a drink in this quirky bar, it was quite late and no more cocktails were being served which was probably just as well, but it was very nice spot to finish the hectic ...
... the Old Town), we toured the old town itself, and heard something of Heidelberg's history.
Situated on the Neckar River (which must be connected with the Rhine; we're just not sure how), Heidelberg sits in a deep valley in the "Odenwald" (Odin's forest). Directly across the Neckar, a traveler may, if he or she desires, regard "Philosopher's Way" - a stately collection of (very expensive) old homes; owned, at one time, by University professors. "Heidelberg Man" ...
... your travelling. It makes them jealous and depressed.
2. Everybody would rather do it themselves and in their own way.
3. The information has a very limited timespan of usefulness and is out of date after a year.
4. It is very competitive with a lot of information that you can get instead for free.
5. Not many people can actually write!
Now I don't just mean grammar and ...