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I think I wrote in my journal Thursday of last week. The last three days have been just driving the countryside of France and visiting sweet little medieval villages. They are so quaint and different than anything we have in the States.
Last night we went to a 3 star Michelin restaurant—Auberge de L'Ill in Illhaeusern. It was amazing and the most expensive meal we have ever had. I doubt we will experience it again, but it was ...
... time to return to Dornach via the twisty roads of Col de la Croix and Col des Mosses.
Descending from the mountain pass, I noticed a brownish substance on the bitumen becoming more dense the further I went. I got my answer a few km later when I caught up with hundreds of cows returning down the valley from the Alps for the winter months. It was quite colourful with the cows decorated with ...
These last few days were spent pretty much driving back from
the UK to Switzerland, and even though the distance is not really far by South
African standards, driving is slower due to the amount of traffic on the roads.
However I must say that the drivers are of a much higher standard and road rage
is very rare.
From Kautenbach in Luxembourg we set off via Germany to a
well-known holiday resort area known as Titisee. Gemany, “I only ...
... had a tower to climb, so we climbed it. It was very worth the effort as we were able to see the whole town from the tower which took 329 steps to climb. We also went into the bell tower and were able to see the church's sixteen bells. Some are very large, and heaviest weighs almost 7000kg. We then went on a walking tour of the town using a guidebook. We followed ...
... but we do not need
the room as we do travel very light!!!! We
dropped off the cases and set off to discover Basel and hopefully we will see
all the touristy spots without too much difficulty.
We found the River Rhein (that’s how
they spell it here) and then a local told us which direction Germany and France
was from our spot on the banks. Quite
amazing scenery, different ...