The view from the town of Heidelberg
Looking down from the main balcony of the castle. This is the large Lutheran Church of the city
Us girls enjoying the view
This is a keg. It is stored in the "basement" It is at least two and a half stories high. No joke.
Part of the castle has been turned into a medical museum. Each room chronicles the changes in medicine throughout history.
The distillery part of the museum
Inside the courtyard
Walking through a vaulted tunnel to get to the main courtyard
Oz with his girls
A beautiful fountain in the main courtyard
Well, we are at the end of our trip. This is my last post of Germany. It was an amazing trip. We both are already thinking about going back in the future. We had lots of fun with Lauren and Doug and miss them so much already. Our flight back to the states was exhausting. It took us 30 hours to get home. We had a 12 hour layover in Vancouver over night and ended up sleeping on across a row of chairs. Not very ideal but more comfortable than the plane ride. Stay tuned for a special blog post in the next few days from Mannheim the traveling gnome. He has his own pictures to share with you along with facts of Germany and some helpful tips if you find yourself oversees.
We found some friends in the Vancouver airport
He's so tall
This is a picture Oz's niece drew for us when we got back to Oregon. She is so cute. She drew us in Germany with the Notre Dam church and the green stove from Cochem castle and she is on the other side of the ocean missing us. So sweet. I think we are going to frame this!