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... discovered why you can only buy UHT milk in France though... They fill the fields with hay rather than cows! Never seen so many bales! The satnav took us an odd route through some major towns / cities, including rough looking Kehl which we'd advise you give a miss! We finally arrived in Saverne. Not much to look at but somewhere to lay our heads on the way through. A quick shop then on to the campsite. Seasonova Les Portes d'Alsace, ACSI 1718, allocated ...
Time to check my gear for the Iceland-Trip this summer. Because all of it is either brand new (like the trekking poles), or I haven't use it for years (the hiking boots). And I borrowed an Olympus OM-D E-10 camera. I really would love to buy I new camera, my old Canon EOS D400 just seems a little bit old and I think the OM-D E-10 is a really good travel camera. It was the first time I played ...
On our way to Metz today, we stopped in Sarrebourg. Marge thought we might find some family records there. We stopped in the police station to ask directions to the town hall/records office and then in the tourism office for better directions. A very nice lady in the tourism office told us that the records we were looking for could be found in Hartzviller, about a 20-minute drive away. Marge was excited. She knew that we had some distant relatives there. She had ...
After a light breakfast we loaded up and set off, destination Saarbrucken in Germany. The plan is to visit and stay the night with Jan's mother before setting off for Amsterdam the next day.
We have purchased a Garmin called "The ***** in a Box" so decide to make use of the technology to navigate our way to out destination.
After travelling back roads for around an hour we realize that ...
... snug as a bug in a rug - only problem it is very hot. The joys of canal boating, the pace of life really slows right down and that is saying something for us. We hit the highlights right off the bat, first lock 100 metres into the trip. This is going to be a soda as all the locks work automatically, you wait until the light turns green then enter, steady the boat and the rest is history. Then a tunnel - all 2.8 klms of it so takes between 10 - ...