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... stopped for lunch. Les also took the opportunity to buy a new pair of boots as his attempts at repairing his existing boots with 'Gaffa Tape' had failed sceptically!
From there we rode to the Saar Industrial region which is one of the largest industrial areas in Germany. However, we rode through about 30 miles of built up areas much of which was hard work in the heat of 32 degrees Centigrade.
We were pleased to ...
... 8217;re soo close to the carts.
From that ride we followed Michael, Kara, Vasilisa, Chelsy, Kelly and Jessica to the huge wooden coaster, Wodan! Everyone went on this one and the ride went 100km/h (62m/h) 40 m up. The first hill was soo much fun and the drop was even better! I think this one is my new favorite wooden roller coaster! Afterwards, we made our way to Blue Fire, the blue coaster that went upside down! At that ...
... back because we walked pretty far to find a bar that was open late. I remember leading us to the river and telling Mariela we had to follow the river, but all she kept saying was "we’re lost!" But in the end I was kind of right and then we asked some construction workers for some directions and we made it back to the hotel.
Good thing Caro and Denisse were awake because Mariela and I were ...
... we find an intact castle so we headed for the hills. Our navigation skills weren’t that good so we managed to do a mountain hike in search of the castle, only to find it was down the hill on the edge of the nearby suburb. We couldn’t go into the castle itself but we explored the grounds which were surrounded by acres of vineyards.
We stopped for the night at the stellplatz at Kehl - where we spent our first night after picking up the ...
... local) but was delicious! Both of us greatly enjoyed our meals, though Sam’s was enormous and she was unable to finish it, even with a little help from myself. We were both extremely full after, and most definitely a very small dinner on the cards.
Then a general last walk around Strasbourg and the Petite France area in particular (where we had lunch). Was a lovely way to finish the visit, wandering the canals and ...