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The nettle tea afterwards was fine but the shop was disappointing with plenty of scale models and barbeque tool kits but little else that appealed (at anything like a reasonable price)
Afterwards we started back but Tom Tom got confused (well that's our version) by a road which disappeared into a tunnel. This meant we were going ...
... were very helpful and an American sounding lady made communication easy. When asked about the 4 kWh electricity limit and reading the meter, she said "Just plug yourself in and heat the street if you like" A pleasant change from Mr Stern where every unit was charged at 0.5€ (we used 8 kWh in 2 days keeping consumption to a minimum – no hair dryers or hot water!)
Wi-Fi was cheap at 5€ for 3 DAYS (rather than 5 for 5 hrs ...
... walked through the streets again before heading home on the train. When we arrived in Königsbach, Ingeborg took the boys back home and Frank and I walked into town and took some photos of the buildings and streetscapes (and enjoyed some alone time!). We had another yummy dinner of baked spatzle and a creamy mushroom sauce in the garden with Franz and Ingeborg. Alexander, Sabine and Michael dropped in and we got to catch up one last time before leaving ...
We woke up to a German breakfast prepared by Ingeborg (very different to the sweet French breakfast) of bread, baked pretzels, smoked ham and eggs. Franz had already left for work so Ingeborg took us into Pforzheim by train. Pforzheim is known for its jewellers and goldsmiths. While looking around one of the galleries, we sipped on champagne with gold leaf! While walking around the city we noticed a lot of pretzel shops, they even fill them ...
... and Ingeborg picked us up from the station, it had been over 10 years since we last saw them, when they visited Australia. We drove to Königsbach, a small town which was about 20 minutes away. The houses were very different to those in France, more of a tudor-style. We reminisced over dinner and Alexander, Franz and Ingeborg's son drooped in for a ...
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