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... the Black Forest / Cuckoo Clock...
From there we headed to our campsite just outside Furtwangen, in a valley, we had seen a Split Screen Van in the Village earlier and they were pitched up here also, we were directed next to them – the views were stunning, not just because of the two vans ...
... 1 just in time to see the back of our train to Speyer as it pulled away. A Plan B is now in effect.
As I am sure, you all know that we usually take the S5 from Mannheim to Speyer. That is our Plan A. Our Plan B was to take the S2 to Schifferstadt at 8:56pm and get off at platform 3 at 9:14pm. Then we shot over to platform 1 to connect to the S4 leaving at 9:24pm - Eazy-Peazy.
Next thing we know, Presto-Change-O, we were I ...
Today we left Eguisheim after a night of rain. So far it seems to rain at night and be sunny in the day. Everything is really green and fresh. Drove through the Vosges Mountains today, up some of the roads the Tour de France travelled a couple of weeks ago. You can see why they take drugs...... Came across an old WW1 battle site called Tete de Faux. There were still ...
Spent the day driving through the Alsace wine route. Lots of little towns, all with old castles and half timbered houses. Kaysersberg was a good example, just on the edge of the Vosges Mountains. Around this area their are also a lot of war memorials and cemeteries from both world wars. Around here are the remnants of the Maginot line, a line of underground forts and huge gun turrets ...
Our second morning in Beaune started the same as the first! Breakfast of chocolate croissants and quiche in our courtyard. We then checked out and drove to Eguisheim via Besancon. Beautiful drive, the French countryside is exquisite. The summer days are warm and long, but the country is lush and green. Eguisheim is a medieval town, the birth place of winemaking in Alsace, and the birthplace of pope Leon 9th, if that excites you. We more ...