Logis Maison Rouge Barr
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... I mention the dessert of vanilla ice cream with whipped cream and hot raspberry sauce - OMG - to die for!!!!
Then we waddled back to the accommodation telling ourselves that we can't keep eating like this. Truth is, we sort of say this every day. Thanks for the comments from those that do. For those that don't, your off our Xmas card list LOL.
... neat as Rothenburg or Bernkastel. We walked the cobble-stoned streets before heading back to Lahr and an attempt to find the old Canadian casserne we I worked during both of my stays in Lahr (1978-80 and 1988-91). We found it but the light was not good enough for pictures. Tomorrow before we depart Lahr, we will stop by for some photos.
The awesome trip continues - enjoy the ...
... Boch (the factory) as well as on many side roads through the northern Vosges mountains and after nearly being sideswiped by a herd of deer charging full speed across the fallowed fields, we finally arrived in Strasburg.
As it was getting late and we didn't wish to stay in Strasburg proper, we took a quick walk to the cathedral square and a photo opportunity. ...
... for the night.
Monday Oct 19th Election Day in Canada
It is raining and cold this morning. However the sun come out as we proceed. Just outside of Lindau there are acres and acres of apple trees loaded for picking and Eric wouldn't stop to let me snitch afew.
The way we planned to travel this morning didn't work out as the three different routes were blocked so we decided to return to Lindau and regroup.
... and lastly Sweet, which is the dessert with apples and cinnamon. Snails are also a big meal in France! Snails are popular because they have a large source of protein. The most common kinds of snails that are eaten all over the world are the Freshwater snails, Land snails, and Sea snails. They are mostly eaten in Spain, France, Portugal, Philippines, Morocco, Greece, China, and parts of the U.S.A. In Bali the snails are fried and made into a dish called the sate kakul. To make ...