Best Western Premier Hotel Victoria
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... for the locals - which is evident at this restaurant. Pretty cool tradition for locals to drop by and they always have a table to share. The food here is unbelievable it is so good. What a night! I managed to get quite a few grand photos on my wandering around the Markplatz and many side streets while I was in Gengenbach, especially on Sunday. My favourite lane for picture taking was Angel Lane or Engelgasse. What a wonderful vibe in this ...
... reconnaissance mission) :) to see what was on sale for ladies night and what might interest us. The prices for shoes were already on sale and reduced 30% from the sale price - so I didn't wait. I didn't quite buy out the whole town, but almost - during that afternoon, a little on ladies night, and a little more with a coupon for attending ladies night. Oh my. What fun! And that was only day ...
Today for breakfast we were pushed out of the doors by the german granny's and had to wrestle through the grumpy old people for a pretzel! We ended up on a table outside for breakfast that wasn't made up for breakfast because the old German people stole all the tables! After breakfast we got in the car and followed the ...
Sunday was spent at the apartment attempting to whittle down items on my to-do list that didn't require going someplace in Freiburg. Little by little there are additional decorations that appear gradually in the windows of various apartment building or in outdoor displays.
Both Monday and Tuesday were shopping days. I went to numerous stores that I had visited earlier and picked up items which I had made note of on a shopping list and also visited the ...
... concert were different than most similar concerts that I have attended in the neither was by a historically known composer. The first was by an English organist and composer, Alfred Hollings, who died in the middle of the last century. Doing a bit of research about him, I learned that he was blind from birth. The other piece was an improvisation by the organist who is from Switzerland of a church hymn "Gelobt seist du, Herr Jesu Christ”. After the concert I passed ...