NH Hirschberg Heidelberg
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There are a lot of tributaries that flow into the Neckar as well. The one at Neckargemünd is called the Elsenz and I guess the "gemünd" part of the name comes from river mouth (Flussmündung). Any idea what the name of the creek is that joins the Neckar at Neckarsteinach? That's right sports fans ...
... and one of the most important Renaissance style structures to be found anywhere north of the Alps. The castle has only been partly rebuilt since its destruction in the 17th and 18th centuries and there is very little to see in the inside rooms which have been reconstructed. The castle is owned by the Federal state as they are the successors of the Princes. The first written mention of Heidelberg was in 1196 and the first mention of a fort, which ...
... Rhein und Neckar, die offensichtlich in der Badezeit täglich mehrere Opfer forderte."
...for the first time with the so called wild bathing in the Rhine and Neckar, which apparently claimed many victims daily in the bathing time! Apparently it was super popular in the 1930s until the war, but there are plenty of locals that still come down to catch some rays. There are so many swimming pools ...
Today we cruised through the Rhine Gorge on what is known as the most beautiful stretch of the river. No other river has a greater concentration of Castles. We were on the sundeck taking in the views of the slopes covered with vineyards and dotted by castles. We pass through the picturesque villages of Boppard and St.Goarshausen. The Rhine Gorge is the popular name for the upper middle Rhine Valley, ...
... if it seems a bit mundane.
One of the things to do is "Am Krottenneckar einen Eisvogel beobachten" or "observe an ice bird at the Krottenneckar." What the hell is an ice bird? OK some things you can't directly translate, it is actually a kingfisher. I guess it is the kookaburra of Edingen!
Having never seen one, I ...