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Day 4 - Monday, 8th September, 2014
After a few cups of coffee we rode through beautiful Luxembourg countryside, in a south eastly direction, until we reached the town of Remich which is on the Moselle River. A short ride across the bridge located there saw us in our 4th country in 3 days, Germany.
We then rode through hills and forest on very good roads until we reached the town on Mettlach, located on the Saar River, ...
... and I yelled Mickey Mouse, but it wasn't him! Emilio looked at me like I was weird haha… my bad. Anyways we finally arrived at Europe Park!
First I followed everyone to the first ride which kind of reminded me of Epcot because it was in this huge white ball. It was a rollercoaster called Eurosat and I went on with Caro since Denisse chickened out. At the beginning of the ride the train goes up in a spiral and you ...
This morning we had to catch the 7:45am bus to Strasbourg, so we had to wake up earlier than before. The bus ride to Strasbourg was about 2 hours and we got to stop at a rest stop to get some breakfast which was good because I was soo thirsty! I slept the whole way and listened to my music. When we got to Strasbourg we got dropped off at the boat tour area because we were going on a tour of the river. I sat ...
... are the designer shops - Prado, Chanel etc where the gamblers could spend their winnings. Baden Baden is a very wealthy city, popular for its mineral spas and “wellness” tourism. We saw bus loads of people arriving to soak in the thermal pools and be fussed over. There were more high end shops in the city centre but we opted for the more middle of the road ones another block away!
Since it was our last day on the road, Eric was ...
We found a Schiltach visitors’ map and guide in English (which is rare) so managed to appreciate this cute little town all the more when we could read the story about each stop on the recommended route. After checking out the waterwheel on the river, the quaint merchant houses, and rathaus we decided to visit the Hansgrohe bathroom museum since this part of the Black Forest is the bathroom centre of Germany! It was a lot ...