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Not that you just sit back and relax though, as there was plenty of work to do as we made our way through the numerous locks which took you up or down, depending on your direction. Over the week we passed through more than sixty locks which are now almost fully automated. Beside every lock stood the homes of the former lock masters, most now sadly ...
We set out for a walk first thing and found lovely trails heading into the hills and along the river. So good to get the early morning air with the sound of cow bells. A good breakfast at our hotel the left around 10.30 for a long drive to Freiberg. We managed to stay off most if the major roads and got a spectacular route through highways 198 and 200 ...
... the pile, and so it looked as though Ness was just being picky. The lady shook her head and practically flung them all out behind her in order to get to the very bottom one. Any in the row would have done, except the only tuna one that the lady didn't seem to realise was misplaced there, despite our efforts of trying to point this out. It was very awkward and the woman was just plain rude. Even if Ness had have just been plain picky, the lady should have got it ...
... Ed suggested that they might have coverage through their Visa card company, as we do. They recently changed Visa card companies and are not sure what kind of benefits are offered. We sincerely hope this turns out well for them.
We are getting to bed a little earlier than usual tonight. Our plan is to leave Eguisheim right after breakfast tomorrow morning for the Mosel River Valley of Germany, where Ed was stationed for two years in the Air Force.
Bonsoir until ...
... and perfectly doable with the caravan as the hairpins weren’t too hairpinny and the gradients not too bad. The scenery was wonderful, all varieties of trees in all shades of green plus
alpine-style houses with steeply-pitched roofs and decorative shutters. The skies were blue and the sun was shining – this was MUCH better than the roadworks yesterday.
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed