Renaissance Karlsruhe Hotel
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... a village, amazed to find a Butchers!!!! hurray, closed of course as it's Sunday. Also a bakers, general shop and a few cafes and a restaurant or two. The campsite is walking distance to the village. We stopped for Coffee and Kuchen, a huge slice of national park cake was placed in front of us, a blueberry and cream torte, ordered in German as the waitress pretended to speak zero English.
We then checked-in and setup ...
... because we haven't done it since it was covered in ice and snow in February. I can't say that they have done more deconstruction at the hotel up there, it still looks like a mess, but the views have been great. Yesterday it was so clear we could see all the way over the plain to the Pfälzerwald mountains at Bad Durkheim, which has to be a good 45kms away.
Neckarsteig Etappe 1 - ...
... 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 ...
... pretty excited to try that! First off we made our way to a vegetarian/vegan pay by weight place Viva which was right in the centre of town and HUGE! They had so many choices on offer – loads of salads of all sorts (probably 90% were vegan) and a massive hot food bar as well (again mostly vegan), as well as antipasti (another huge bar full of various options), drinks, sweets….they must have had around 100 different choices. We got a couple of plates and ...
... Quiche Lorraine and let me say there were so much food and german beers, that it was impossible to finish, they were really very hospitable. We made them to eat our cake, that we brought from home town, as I mentioned before, it is really a tradition of us and couchsurfing!
P.S. I LOVE COUCHSURFING! Did I mention that before?!?!?
During the day it is totally worth to visit zoo, in which you can get a huge discount if you are a student! Take a ride by bike ...