Campanile Mulhouse Morschwiller
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... numbers running north/south and south/north and odd numbers for roads running east/west or west/East. The soil in the Black Forest is not fertile so there are mainly fir trees here. Beech or Oak trees are rarely to be found. Until the Middle Ages the Black Forest was truly a dark forest - the Romans called it "Silva Nigra", a murky and almost impenetrable woodland. This situation changed in the late Middle Ages, when huge fir and pine trees were all of a sudden used ...
April showers bring may flowers they say and it rained the entire 2 1/2 hour drive to Colmar France. We wanted to see the Easter market and it was definitely something to see. There were all sorts of stalls and even baby rabbits, chickens and some unusual birds which I had never seen or ...
... Potato Flan and Vegetables Dessert Parade Baked Alaska French Cheese Variation and Fruits It was a delicious meal, but as usual, too much food. All wines on this cruise have been French, so I guess that on the next ship we will move on to the German wines. Our farewell message from the crew was corny but nice - "There are big ships and small ships and ships that sail the sea. But the best ships are friendships, so here's to you and ...
We enjoyed quiet evening in the pleasant Aires which is situated next to a small park which has a very large wine press at one DBS and a children's play area at the other. This morning maintenance decided to change the fuel pump on the water heater as we still have a small water leak, we then walked into the village to buy some bread. After a short drive we arrived at Colmar-a beautiful town with cathedrals, timbered houses and canals running through ...
... amazing. We saw the sun set and experienced going though our third lock. What an amazing experience. How clever were the people from centuries ago in developing the infrastructure of the locks. Blows me away.
So now we are back in the room chilling and watching the world go by finishing our champagne and drinks.... So I am going to say goodnight from Roco and Coco. More to come ...