Renaissance Karlsruhe Hotel
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Cruise down Rhine Castles Soup and ice cream Naked lady statue Lorely Beautiful cliffs Natural barrier during world war 2 Movie a bridge too far Anthony Hopkins Hotel is in Mannheim Dinner white swan and shopping in Heidelberg Fireworks in the streets. The good kind Great souvenir shop with German quality made ...
... have been pretty fit philosophers because it was a steep trek! Lots of stairs and slippery cobblestone covered the switchback path up the first quarter of the mountain. From the top of that walk we eventually chose random paths to get us to the top where some cool ruins were. The signage on the paths were good, except that they were in German. Absolutely no English anywhere on this mountain. So, we randomly chose left or right when we got to a fork in the road. ...
... markets in Germany. Lastly we shared an order of tartiflette. It had caught our eye every time we walked past it so we decided to finally give it a try. Among its many ingredients it has sliced potatoes, parsley, several cheeses, bacon, butter, and other deliciousness. It's cooked in a massive metal bowl over fire and it was incredible! What a great last meal in Belgium (although it's originally from France)! Leaving our little B&B was sad, but ...
... The hostels over here are fantastic & so clean - great tip Teish)
We then headed off on foot to the famous ChristkindlMarkt.
WOW...WOW......WOW - this place is amazing, enchanting & breathtaking!!
It is such a magical place, I know I can't do it justice trying to describe it.
It is Christmas.
These markets have been operating since the 1400's and are held in the old ...
... 5:45 with a courtesy wake up call. We had to be ready at 6:30 with our suitcases outside our door, go off to breakfast and be by the Trafalgar bus at 7:30. We made it ok. We had a dull morning weather wise but got through to Germany with the sun trying to break out. The first loo stop was another paid loo at €0.70 but this one had rotating toilet seats that are automatically cleaned when you flush - amazing! We were taken ...