Aux deux Roses
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... any family, friends, or acquaintances. Most terrible wine in the world? A tie between Vietnam and Thailand. Best wine? A toss-up between Australian and France and the anticipated Italian. Cheapest wine? Californian without a doubt! Jennifer loves white wine and not just because of the taste. She likes the way it feels, the mystique of drinking it in foreign locales, about the romance with drinking it in a public square, atop a mountain, on a ...
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... its economic success to Rhine shipping and bridge keeping, although most residents today make a living from wine farming and the biggest wine storage cellar in Europe is located here. Being Easter Sunday it was very quiet. There must be a church service at 10:00 as the choir was warming up when I went in to St Stephan's Cathedral on top of the hill. The nice carved altar screen is from the 15th century. There is an old town gate, a prison tower from 1319 and some ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...