Qube Hotel Heidelberg
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
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... boarding the bus for Boppard and our Rhine River cruise. What a wonderful way to spend an afternoon!!! Beautiful warm day, sun shining and a class of wine from the Rhine area......bliss!!!! The cruise took about an hour and a half and Werry picked us up at the other end where we continued onto Heidelberg for dinner at a German pub and then settling into our home for the night at the Crowne ...
... then we hit traffic. We originally were arriving at 5pm but didn't get there till 7pm. Poor Kerry spent two hours stop start on a three lane motorway. So much for the motorways getting you there fast. It all ended well when we found a camp right on the river Neckar and could watch the big long barges rolling past. The are up to 100 meters long at least. Lovely to sit and watch them cruise past. Wifi is cheap and the camping is cheap here to. Well in comparison ...
The hike to the path was rather step, but well worth the view. From the philosophers path I could see the lovely city of Heidelberg and the beautiful Neckar River. The view was breathtaking and something I will never forget. My experience at Heidleberg was so wonderful that I've decided to go back someday so I can tour the city and spend more time taking in alll the sights and attractions the city has to ...
... throne (George I) when the Stuart Dynasty ended. The castle itself, abandoned 300 years ago, is in a state of supervised ruin and is a major tourist attraction. The city remains a major university town and retains much of its old world charm.
After the tour, we rejoined the ship in Speyer and enjoyed a wonderful dinner with a German Oktoberfest theme.
I'll never forget the nervousness...the fidgeting...the upset stomach...the short gasps for air...and the thoughts of denial leading me to the conclusion that this could not be happening to me. This was the long car ride up to Black Forest Baptist Assembly - church camp. I was being forced to leave my beloved baseball field and the coziness of the first ...