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Day 4 - Monday, 8th September, 2014
After a few cups of coffee we rode through beautiful Luxembourg countryside, in a south eastly direction, until we reached the town of Remich which is on the Moselle River. A short ride across the bridge located there saw us in our 4th country in 3 days, Germany.
We then rode through hills and forest on very good roads until we reached the town on Mettlach, located on the Saar River, ...
... 8217;t eat anything because my throat was so swollen and it hurt to cough, but I had to wait to get back to Nancy to get my medicine.
The cool part about Europa Park is that it's just like Epcot and it's divided into sections that are named after European countries. And at every country there's a theme to make you feel like you're there. Portugal was cool because it had this huge water ride that looked like the tower of ...
... got excited when they saw a Latino club LOL. After buying some post cards we headed back to the bus and went to go check in at the Ibis hotel. At the hotel I was roommates with Kara and we shared a room. Kara slept in the bed and I slept on the couch bed and down the hall from us were the girls. I hung out in the girls’ room and then at 6pm we met some people downstairs to go walk around.
... we find an intact castle so we headed for the hills. Our navigation skills weren’t that good so we managed to do a mountain hike in search of the castle, only to find it was down the hill on the edge of the nearby suburb. We couldn’t go into the castle itself but we explored the grounds which were surrounded by acres of vineyards.
We stopped for the night at the stellplatz at Kehl - where we spent our first night after picking up the ...
We found a Schiltach visitors’ map and guide in English (which is rare) so managed to appreciate this cute little town all the more when we could read the story about each stop on the recommended route. After checking out the waterwheel on the river, the quaint merchant houses, and rathaus we decided to visit the Hansgrohe bathroom museum since this part of the Black Forest is the bathroom centre of Germany! It was a lot ...