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This morning we did the Rick Steves walking tour of Colmar. It is such a charming place. There is a fantastic and huge market place with fresh meats, fish, cheeses, sweets, and other "produits de Alsace". We enjoyed it. Then we decided to take the car to a couple more nearby villages, Eguisheim and Turckheim. Eguisheim was recently voted one of "the most beautiful villages in France". It was certainly charming! Round outer walls and an inner wall as well. All of the lanes ...
... Cruise and we have the best crew ever! They not only take great care of you, but they are wonderful fun people who get along and make you smile and laugh. Time is going so fast! This morning after breakfast, we took a motor coach across a bridge into Germany. We drove through the Black Forest region. Unfortunately it was foggy. However, the villages were charming and beautiful. Photos just didn't work. The forest was dense ...
... try and get some serious reform. Finally we ended our night with a fierce game of Mao which frustrated both the grandparents for much amusement.
Rich's Comments: What he said. All I can add is that sitting with Mary and Ben on the outdoor terrace of a German beer garden on a mountain at a table right next to a magnificent overlook of the city, drinking beer and eating pretzels and talking and doing a lot of laughing, is as good as life gets. I just didn’t want this day to ...
... the guest house.) We went there and to our room, and quickly discovered an interesting design feature. The bathroom door was a translucent glass, and a full-length mirror was strategically placed outside that door so that everyone in the room had a splendid view that took in both the shower and the toilet. We knew that people in Europe are more liberal about such things than we are in the U.S., but this seemed to be carrying it a bit far. We experimented with fixes, and ...
... don't get you then the spaetzle and pfifferlingen will. We walked back to the hotel much more slowly than we had walked to the restaurant, managed to fit Mary's bike into the back of the car, saw Mary's dorm, and headed out into the Schwarzwald (Black Forest), which isn’t really a forest but lots of rolling hills with farms, brilliant green fields, and wonderful-looking little villages scattered all over—reminded me of Tuscany in some ways. The weather ...