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Travel Blogs from Baden-Baden
... we toured (requires men to where jackets and ties and no tennis shoes) so we didn't go there again after the early afternoon tour either. But we took pictures.
Walked around the town and took in the ambience. Had dinner with some folks from the tour and had the obligatory Black Forest cake...yum!
Early morning again tomorrow so I will say...
Mary, Dar, Don and Cindy
... us to the fact that it was closed on Mondays! (Saved us a wasted trip)
Lasagne lunch (it was a 9 in the Shearer Lasagne Classification Scale) was followed by a walk along the river bank (weather still kind and we were able to sit out whilst the GNR was taking place)
After a swift bit of re-planning, we rang Zoe to confirm travel details and it was actually better for her for us to arrive on Wednesday to check for parking access on their ...
... on foot. By ten o'clock the sun was burning off the fog and it looked fair for walking. After breakfast we headed for Gengenbach,which looked even prettier in the sun. A quick stop at the Tourist Informaton centre to pick up a booklet of sixteen walks and we were set. We chose a walk that started in Gengenbach and headed upwards towards a hamlet called Hinter Huttersbach through vineyards, woods and farmland ...
... route (!?) which was unnecessarily hilly but stunning nonetheless. We saw a kingfisher, eagles aplenty and so many fruits ripe for picking!
We only managed 60 miles today and managed to find a minor road to clock up some distance at the end and, incidentally, much nicer cycling. We wild camped for the first time in Germany and went for our 2nd night in a row without any beer!
... trains…they also have 2 levels – we were in the upper level, which had a tiny window. There was nowhere to go, so you stayed in your vehicle. It was a bit surreal travelling at 80 mph under the sea. It was very smooth and you had no real sense of motion, and the fact that it only takes half an hour makes it even more odd when you pop out the tunnel on the other side in France.
There was no border contro, ...
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