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fitted for purpose, stayed one night and all was well, would use again.
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A hiking trip plus the finest wine equals unbeatable fun! And this is what the renowned Alsace Wine Route offers to its visitors. The Alsace Wine Route is followed by many outdoor lovers and wine enthusiasts during the month of October. At this time the French region culminates the end of the grape harvest with a slew of festivals.So, this is the ideal period to make your way to the villages and vineyards that adorn France's most famous Wine Route. The route ...
Today we traveled to Berlin by train. A little research showed that, if we traveled 10 minutes over the border to the German town of Kehl, riding the same train from Kehl was less than half the cost (than from Strasbourg). The train ride was pretty straightforward - once you figure out how to read German. We had a total travel time ...
... In the afternoon Warren and I split up for the optional excursions. I went on a bus tour of the French countryside in the Alsace region which included a wine tasting. Warren travelled to the tunnels of the Maginot line. This line of fortifications was constructed by France in the 1930s just inside the borders of Switzerland, Germany and Luxembourg. It didn't go along the Belgium border however and this is how the Germans invaded France during ...
... kept and laid out like Bob's allotments. Garden gnomes, windmills, flowers. or perhaps it more resembled a cemetery...
Basel was only about 2 hours away so we had a leisurely breakfast and morning and set off around 1pm planning to get to Basel around 3pm. We could probably have made it straight to Basel the night before but we know from experience the last few KM can take forever - which indeed they did again..... cue next blog page
We left Füssen around 9 a.m. And arrived in Strasbourg around 1. There's more fanfare involved in crossing the border between Oregon and Washington than there is in crossing the border between EU countries. The only way we knew we were in France was a tiny blue sign that said "France." Also the drivers are much ruder and the pedestrians pretty much walk wherever they want. Oh how I miss the orderliness of the Germans! Strasbourg is much bigger than I thought it would be. The ...