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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 ...
... and the 4 of us explored on our own. We went on some small rides and then found our way back to Blue Fire. I went on with Caro and I just remember feeling so anxious while waiting in line. The line went soo quickly too! That’s one thing I like about this park they have more than one train running on the coasters, so the lines move faster than in Disney or Six Flags! When I sat down on the roller coaster and the guy pulled my ...
... Globe n Co showed us where the club was that they wanted to go to later and then afterwards I went with the girls and Memo to find a place to eat because everyone else was going to the bar, but we were hungry. We found this place that sold cheap burgers and we ate there. It was funny because we knew the guy at the restaurant spoke English, but we tried communicating in French/Spanish until we finally found ...
... 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 ...
... the specialities of the region, the ...flambee - basically a really thin crust rectangle shaped cheese pizza (no tomato sauce).
The next day we got the Strasbourg pass and walked in the center of town with all the timbered houses. I had already scoped out where we should go to have a late lunch. Unfortunately, by the time we arrived they were closed for lunch. They told us that they were booked for the next few nights for dinner! We thus had a ...