Woke up to a misty, foggy morning. This is what it looked like from my castle room. The Rhine River was “smoking”.
Bobo and I went to the lovely dining where a beautiful table was set just for the two of us.
I think my treatments are working as Bobo told me I was sweating profusedly last night and appeared to have a fever. That has happened to me each time I’ve come to Germany and means my immune system is working.
Tomorrow I will get retested to see if the treatment I had this week has helped. If not, they send you home. I get my results on Tuesday. I’m not worried. They tested me in the beginning to see if I was strong enough to do the treatment and if it would help. I was.
After breakfast we explored the rest of the castle. The man who made the castle had a business in ironworks. Clearly it was a success as he could afford a castle. He made iron stoves, fountains, and knight apparel. Prosperous trade indeed.
The only thing that troubled me is that he had an unbelievable number of deer trophy heads all over the castle. It was a bit unsettling to see so many Of Bambi’s friends! There were over 1,500 of them in various sizes. I think the hunter was very proud of himself. They must have had venison every night.
The grounds were beautiful and it was fun taking pictures of the place.
We later headed towards Mannheim to see another Christmas market, but got lost (GPS sucks) and ended up in Bad Durkheim instead. Saw an interesting tradition where you barbecue some dough and eat it!
We decided to get back in the car and find Mannheim shortly thereafter.
Our GPS kept malfunctioning. Piece of shit. Told us to keep driving straight… literally into the Bahnhofstrasse (train station). That was fun.
We kept going in circles around the Christmas Market and the GPS took us to the opposite side of the city where there was no highway to get on to go back home. So we turned on my phone and used up all the gigabytes I had just to get home. 😕
Adventures abroad. What can I say?