Victoria Garden Strasbourg
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... not least on the agenda was to visit the Gasthof Dammenmuhle in Sulz where we all stayed before repatriating to Canada in 1981 (you too Jackie). We found them all as the pictures will verify. We even drove up the Langenhard hill behind the former OM and took a few pics.
Another gorgeous day and a treat to wind our way through the many switchbacks to go to ...
... Tim - bring back memories? Anyway, the photos are all captioned so I won't elaborate further.
The day was so beautiful, we decided to take another stab at France - this time in the daylight and a plan for lunch and return for another night in Lahr. Tomorrow night we will head into the Black Forest around Triberg or Wolfach to spend Tuesday night. We took the lock bridge over the ...
... we managed to find a comfortable downtown hotel (don't remember it). We stepped out for some food, I had goulash soup and MJ had flammenkucheen. We shared a nice big salad. Tomorrow when we can see what is what we will do some exploring and capture the sights. We will of course report on the old stomping grounds!!!!
So enjoy some flicks of the day. Night all!
... The Furka Pass is closed due to the early snow but the car train goes through. I had never seen one of these before but it is like a long flatbed car in between 2 engines and we had the opportunity to take it. You stay in your car as you travel through the tunnel -- it was neat.
Once we got off the train the scenery was beautiful and it has warmed up with the sun shining.
Eric wanted to drive through the Grimselpass and when ...
... which was originally a Catholic church. The catholics allowed the protestants to worship in one wing, and the protestants eventually turned this into a complete church at right angles to the catholic one! After this, Place Kleber, a huge square in the centre of town, the opera house, and then a reasonal distance to Parc de L'Orangerie, a magnificent botanical garden with ornamental lakes, winding paths, cafes, huge trees and ornamental flowerbeds. We spent a lovely couple ...