Hotel au Riesling
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... up with wine and nuts at Lidl (as recommended by the Harts)
Everything in the store WAS cheaper by a significant margin e.g. reasonable wine under £1 (remember Aldi & Lidl have won a best Value For Wine award in the UK with M & S being worst!), salted nuts, 200g about 60p.
I won't go on as it's very frustrating that even the so called “discounters” could make their UK prices A LOT cheaper, or we could make Tyne ...
... the lifts working well. There were still more bikes on this train. We all piled out at Freiburg at 12.30. Lunch was in a green park beside the big church and we found the track going towards Basle, following it until we found a guesthouse at Tiengen. We were greeted by our host in his vest and not expecting guests on a Monday. The Gasthaus Zum Anker was built in 1650 with beams and uneven floors. Our room is comfortable but the bathroom is along a creaking corridor.. I will ...
... to the Black Forest, but there they were for the afternoon's ride to Colmar, each of them boarding separate coaches, and each of them scanning their surroundings almost continually. The first man - the large, dark-skinned one with the bushy mustache - boarded first, onto our very coach, and seated himself in the last row, just a row or two behind where Patty and I were seated. Once there, he started muttering rapidly to himself in a language I couldn't quite deciper, ...
The day started off rainy, but we decided to go tour Freiburg anyway. We were accompanied by Rudy and Conny's niece, Nicole and her friend Ariel. They are traveling Europe for 10 weeks and are staying in Linkenheim for a couple of weeks. Even though it rained all day, we saw all of our historic sights, took pictures and did a little shopping. When we returned to Linkenheim we were treated to ...
... The city was the birthplace of Auguste Bartholdi, sculptor of the Statue of Liberty. He is commemorated by a miniature Liberty as well as other sculptures throughout the town. Colmar was spared much destruction during the French Revolution and subsequent wars so the old town is charming with its centuries-old buildings. An area crossed by canals is known as Little Venice. We had time to visit the Unterlinden Museum which is famous for its 500 ...