The Lazy Falken Hotel & Backpackers
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... above sea level, we come to a ............ road block !!! Snow and ice still over the road. Strange as it was a mild 24 degrees. Never passed one sign ! Oh well we jumped out and decide make the most of this opportunity and get in amongst the icy snow for a few minutes. As we turned around to head back down the mountain we passed half a dozen other cars probably following their GPS too!
What amazing scenery up close, we are both ...
Sorry there was not an entry for yesterday (Wednesday) - we lost our Internet connection. Anyway, we spent some time across the border in France. I had read about a couple of worthwhile places to visit so we set off to explore and we were not disappointed. First stop was Riquewihr - a medieval town with cobbled streets and brightly painted buildings. Despite being very much on the tourist trail we found it ...
... We drove through the Black Forest to the open-air museum at Gutach. We were given a tour by Steffen Unpronounceablesurname of the farmhouse that is the "star" of the museum and the mill. The farmhouse, or Vogtsbauernhof, was built in the early 17th century and housed the farmer and his family, farmhands (the important ones, anyway), and the livestock. Around the back of the house, there was a sort of driveway that led up to the top floor. ...
... next valley where there were a few less clouds. Excitement plus! Continuing down the valley some more we soon rounded a corner and found ourselves at the top of another, almost cloud free, gorgeous valley. Bliss!! We parked ourselves in the grass, took a million photos, and gobbled down a couple snickers bars.
It was here, laying down in lush grass, enjoying a well deserved view (with chocolate still in my teeth), that ...
... them are lit up so you can see them in the caves. The sound near some of them was deafening. And it was wet! Chuck was really glad to have the rain sleeve for the camera. He bought it a long time ago and had never used it until today.
We caught the bus back to our hotel since we were so wet. After hanging up our wet jackets, pants, etc., we had lunch in the restaurant with a whole bunch of Americans on a Rick ...