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Travel Blogs from Baden-Baden
Left rainy Trier this morning very early, 7:30 and it was raining. We drove on the autobahn for about 5 hours to Baden-Baden. In rained most of the way.
Baden-Baden is known for its roman baths...yup, you guessed it, naked roman baths! We were told by our tour guide Andrea that it was "Textile free" bathing. You are not allowed to wear bathing suits...We decided as a group (Don, Cindy, Dar and I) that ...
... us to the fact that it was closed on Mondays! (Saved us a wasted trip)
Lasagne lunch (it was a 9 in the Shearer Lasagne Classification Scale) was followed by a walk along the river bank (weather still kind and we were able to sit out whilst the GNR was taking place)
After a swift bit of re-planning, we rang Zoe to confirm travel details and it was actually better for her for us to arrive on Wednesday to check for parking access on their ...
... along the otherside of the valley.There were excellent views of Gengenbach and pleasant trails through the vineyards, with the added interest of an art exhibition on a wine based theme interspersed in the vines . The first one we came across reminded me strongly of Geoff, but he denies posing for it. I have included it in the piuctures so you (dear readers) can decide for yourself.
The walk took us to the top ...
... route (!?) which was unnecessarily hilly but stunning nonetheless. We saw a kingfisher, eagles aplenty and so many fruits ripe for picking!
We only managed 60 miles today and managed to find a minor road to clock up some distance at the end and, incidentally, much nicer cycling. We wild camped for the first time in Germany and went for our 2nd night in a row without any beer!
Left Brussels and drove to Germany. Lunch on the Rhine River aboard a very nice launch. Old castles lined the hill tops, most still still operating Food OK. Desert outstanding. Multi flavor Ice cream. Drove on to Heidelberg. Beautiful old university town with a well maintained 200 year old city square. Great lunch, Then on to our hotel for dinner with our group and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed