Star Inn Karlsruhe
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Our long weekend ended in Heidelberg which is one of our favorite cities so far. After finding our hotel and parking about a half mile away, we stopped for lunch at Cafe Romantic. As it turns out, it wasn't very romantic at all and left disappointed, but we moved on to the bridge and then the castle. We found the funicular train which took us to the caste and explored the castle ...
... seen a proper one!
I have to say that my favourite animals are the birds of prey and the Riesenseeadler or Steller's Sea Eagle was amazing. The flamingos were also good to see as well as the kangaroos. It's always funny to think that animals from Australia are somehow exotic like a toucan, but the Germans love them! Germans have weird names for animals sometimes like:
1. Der Waschbär - raccoon (wash bear)
2. Raubtiere - ...
... although not outstanding.
Really cool and outstanding was my little trip up the castle. I walked down but drove up with a cool lift :-) The castle is absolutely beautiful, a must see. I only had little time so I went to see the pharmacy museum in the castle walls, rather then visiting the castle rooms.
I would have loved to stay longer still am very happy with what I saw. The castle / the ruin of the castle is charming and beautiful.
... for an unknown reason. Despite Alina pinching my side I had no clue because I'm a bit stupidsky sometimes. Alina started drawing a picture and I leaned over to ask what it was. "Schh!!" She said, and nodded towards our neighbour. I got a glimpse of an owl and a heart on the picture, just before Alina handed it over to the girl. The tears of sadness turned into tears of joy, and all of a sudden the girl just asked "davai davai rusky?", at least this is what ...
... break at the hotel. We headed back out in the evening to walk along the river. There were ton of crew rowboats out on the river. Some looked much more focused so I think some were lessons and some where actual crew rowers. We followed the river until we came to Heidelberg's other main bridge and crossed there and then walked back. It was a very scenic walk. After that we went to a few bars and then headed back to the hotel.