Qube Hotel Heidelberg
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... much colder last time as we came down the hill into Neckargemünd and we didn't feel like doing all of the 23kms in one day. That came especially after we had to scramble up the icy steps on the way to the Königstühl. So although this is our second stage, it is actually part two of the first one. Because the Neckarsteig as a themed trail is still in its marketing infancy, they are planning on making it two stages ...
... Prince Frederick married Elizabeth Stuart and brought her from England to live in the castle. They made renovations to the castle and also helped make Heidelberg the cultural centre of Europe. Outside the castle, Frederick had Elizabeth's Gate built as a surprise birthday present in one night. Unfortunately the 30 year war with France intervened and the French destroyed and burnt the castle in 1693 and they did a good job of it as soldiers in those days ...
... 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 ...
... every night for a month if they would just turn around and pick me up. I had lived my life up to that point firmly based in the knowledge of known Bent County truths. For example, I would have no problem betting my three speed bicycle that there would always be a Thursday five hamburgers for a dollar special at Neil's Drive Inn. It never ...
Our guide left us and we made our way
back down the funicular to find lunch and walk on the Hauptstrasse (the Main
Street), which is the longest pedestrian shopping street in Germany. It didn’t take us long to find a cute little
German restaurant (Bier Brezel) that advertised homemade spatzle – and we
really wanted some traditional Germany fare.
WOW!! We were pleasantly
surprised. This ...