Auberge du Cheval Blanc
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Indoor pool
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Day 10 - Moving on
Why do penguins carry fish in their mouths?.... because they have no pockets! Evan's joke for today.
We woke to clear blue windless skies so had breakfast of toast, strawberry's and nutella outside. We said goodbye to our Danish neighbors who were also leaving today with a 450 mile drive home!
Leaving the busy caravan club site in Rudesheim we immediately took a few wrong turns due to ...
So on we drove in the sticky sweaty heat, across the border into France. We'd originally planned to go to Italy from Austria but the dog (and us) could just not take the heat. So we figured we'd end the trip with a little more France. It's too far to go all the way south (unless we stay away forever!) so we are thinking Brittany and Normandy will round things off nicely. A horrible drive (beautifully driven JB!) It felt stormy the whole way but the storm never ...
... along with local wine. Too bad we're only here for one night!
After dinner we enjoyed the evening sky from our balcony before turning in. One more big day of driving tomorrow - a few stops planned along the way before we end up in Würzburg. We've visited once before and didn't have much time to spend there, so we're hoping we can get there in time to see a little more. Plus, my brother is heading down from Denmark to meet us there for the night. Should be fun!
... gutted on the way home. There were Germans on the train singing still from the day before and it sort of made me sadder because I was all on my own and it was finally hitting home what had just happened an hour prior in the stadium. On the way home, Italians were coming up to me and telling me how lucky they were and sending their congratulations to the team for how well they had played. It was nice of them to recognise us and all our achievement. I traded my flag ...
Our last day in Alsace... We got up relatively early and had a croissant and juice (tea for Carol) for breakfast. Denise needed to go to the supermarché (supermarket) in Woerth and we decided to go along. We had great fun looking at all the different foods. For a supermarket in a small town (2500 or so), it had a fantastic variety of food (along with clothes, drug store stuff, flowers, potted plants, and more). For instance, there was an ...