Radisson Blu Hotel, Karlsruhe
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... to the top taking 5 minutes. Evan loved it and went on 5 times. We got some great photos. We will definitely be back to the black forest and Swabia next time.
After lunch at the toboggan place, the food is the same everywhere meat and chips. We walked down to the next village before catching the bus back. Everywhere seems really quiet today (Monday). We went to the spa park, but the spa pool was empty, Evan ...
... to the summit, then around the back through pastures and forests and did a very German thing of having a beer along the way. Not easy, but well worth it.
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2. Neckarsteig Etappe 3, Odenwald, Baden-Württemberg.
There wasn't that much interesting about this hike, if you are from this area. But if you want to hike ...
... either for over one week now.
Our British all weather camping experience showed tonight, Andrea and I sat out under the canopy playing chess and dominoes as the rain came down. All the caravanners sat inside watching TV. It rained off and on all night.
Miles driving since leaving home: 570
Day 11 - Durlach
We awoke to more rain, I popped along to the now open Aldi on the bike ...
... stopping often to catch our breath. At a certain point, there was a barricade,
but there seemed to be an alternative to the left – so we started up this
path – only to find workers blocking the path.
It seemed that we were not destined to WALK UP all the way to the Castle
(we were almost to the top, so it seemed).
So, we then had to walk DOWN this steep
path – easier said than done ...
... The barrel was filled from the top and as you can imagine, taste was not a priority. The royal family used the smaller barrels for themselves (duh) 2) Heidelberg sits on a hill and cannons and guards would line the towers. The main entrance of Heidelberg was gated just like on Spartacus (oh wait, Im getting my fake castle shows mixed up)... 3) The "Socialist Party" (no one here says Nazis) claimed Heidelberg castle during ...