Au Cheval Blanc
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... With Breisach on one side of the Rhine being German and France being on the other side of the river, quite a few people live on the French side where rents are cheaper and work on the German side where wages are higher. This is the Kaiser Stuhl area and the wine of the region is Burgundy - White and red. They also grow cherries, berries, apples, apricots, strawberries and other fruits for schnapps and white asparagus. In summer this is the hottest part of Germany ...
... We stopped at a café and had a nice little bit of vegetable lasagna for lunch and then wandered around admiring the little chocolate box of a town. It was cold and rainy and we explored some of the gift shops and streets. It was a pretty place and probably even better when it's warm and ...
... but it didn't last long before it started to rain again. We drove alongside Lake Geneva which is one of the largest lakes in Western Europe and borders both Switzerland and France. We passed by but not through Geneva and Lausanne. Fortunately I have previously stayed in both these towns and enjoyed them in fine weather. Geneva, with a population of only 190,000, is famous for the establishment of the Red Cross, the particle ...
... was lunch time, we ate and then went to explore. Part of the town is called little Venice, the narrow canals run around the tall timbered buildings, on Tanners street the houses were 7 stories high with open balconies on the top floor for drying the hides. A canal runs along the front if the houses to supply water for tanning. Close by there was ornate market hall. The main canal was wider and very picturesque, you could take a half hour trip, the ...
... We paid a visit to a Christmas shop which sold every decoration you could think of, unfortunately, at very very very inflated prices, and the staff were not in the Christmas spirit with their surly attitude.
A visit to the local Tourist Information Office turned out to be interesting as the young man working the counter had recently returned from Australia and when we asked where he went he said "a small town, you would not know ...