Our team escaped from the daily work into our neighbouring country Rhineland-Palatinate (Rheinland-Pfalz). We ate, drunk, laughed, talked with each other about this and that and walked through the beautiful countryside instead of thinking about computers, code and customers.
We walked from Neustadt an der Weinstrasse through the hills to the Castle of Hambach. The Castle is known as a very important point for the german democracy. In 1832 approx. 30,000 people met here to celebrate the Hambacher Festival. During the festival poeple demanded freedom of assembly, freedom of press, freedom of speech, civil rights and national unitiy of all german countries. This festival is known as the root of german democracy.
After our visit on the Castle of Hambach we walked through the countryside about the Southern Wine Way to the town Edenkoben.
In Edenkoben we let fade out the day during a small pint of beer and wine.