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Only took 2 hours, very quick on the autobahn. Parked the car to look around, what a quaint town, found our accomodation, very special one of the oldest buildings, 1540. Right in the main square. Brought a butter/pate knife at the outdoor market by the church, 10€. Had a fantastic lunch at Restaurant Bartholdi, he was the sculpture who designed the Statue of Liberty, ate duck with a beetroot and small red berries sauce, delicious, vegies were roasted fennel carrots turnip ...
... up for two nights, and also show us around. This proved to be fascinating, and Peter could easily get a job as a local tour guide!
Basel is a very old town, with many buildings going back five and six centuries, but still in use as houses, shops or offices, and still in remarkably good condition. Peter took us to a local pub for lunch during our tour of the town, where we enjoyed some typical local ...
... Castle and decided to go explore it! It definitely reminded me of traipsing through Europe as a kid visiting castle after castle. I only wish I could have appreciated it then as I do now. We found this rather Lord of the Rings looking tree behind the castle and the kids had a blast climbing its roots.
The sun began to set so we headed over to a short drive through tour of France then headed back to the house. Sarah ...
... from the train but I know there are much better quality to be had.
We finally pulled into the station and met up with my cousin Sarah. We took a tram back to her house and saw her husband Martin and met their adorable kids. It was so great to see them! We vegged out for the day and tried to catch up on 13 years.
The next day we took the kids to the park to let them get some energy out, then Sarah took us around Basel and showed us the sights. It is such a ...
... Once Alsace had been liberated, the Allies could concentrate on charging into Germany for the European war's final act: driving a stake through the heart of the Third Reich.
Walking the peaceful cobbled streets of Hunawihr, a tiny village north of Colmar, it was hard to believe the magnitude of what happened in this tranquil, sunny place—the centuries-long struggle for control of the area, the unrest of the Nazi occupation, and the ...