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... in Europe. Back to our car and on to Stuttgart to our Ibis Hotel by the airport. Mucki and Wolfgang had dropped off our red and blue backpacks on the weekend. We now have all our luggage again. We farewelled Katrin and Wolfgang at 6pm, they still had a 2.5 hr drive to get home. Ron and I bought food in the Leidl Supermarket next to our hotel and ate it in our ...
... most noted for its one cobblestone path that circles through the town. Walking on it, you see beautiful doorways, lined with flowers and more merchant signs.
Hot day, and getting hotter. We took advantage of the town's fountains to splash some cold water on our arms and necks, just like they did in the old days.
We wanted to have lunch in this town, but the restaurant we selected from Rick's books was closed. All of the ...
... are asking what happened to their summer. The Falls are great. Loud, forceful, surging, deep green and from each angle a wonder. When we'd finished ogling the falls I put a name into the GPS for somewhere in Germany towards the Blackforest just so we could get out of there. We have ended up in Freiburg and arrived in pouring rain. It took awhile to book in but by the time I had the weather had cleared so we walked into town for ...
... more beauty like a mirror closing in on heaven. Wasn't I lucky, wouldn't it be lovely?
Day Two, Alsace Lorraine
In the night we discovered we are in the mountains for sure. It was bloody freezing. The climate here is pure mountain. When the sun shines it's boiling hot. When it rains it looks like raining forever. And when the temperature drops its not hard to imagine snow. Which is kind of weird because otherwise it is ...
... my opinion. Besides the little canals the town is filled with clean, colorful buildings decorated with flower baskets. There are cobble stoned streets, a large number of restaurants, beer gardens, outdoor cafes, gelato stores, small shops, sausage and cheese emporiums, patisseries and the pre-requisite cathedral in the center. It is almost Disney-like.
A local lady led us on a walking tour of the major sights. We saw the birthplace of Auguste ...