Campanile Strasbourg Ouest
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... by-pass this opportunity. Dar was very worried about micro-organisms (the unclean kind), Cindy was not liking the idea of being naked around others and Don didn't want to show anyone up! I, I really don't like to see myself naked, how could I impose that on others...
So we shopped for mittens and hats and warm layers and then went to the Biergarten! Mittens and hats you ask? Yes, we are off ...
... car passed us. My camera was unable to take moving shots but Geoff was clicking away like mad. Imagine our surprise on retutning to Gengenbach's main square we found it to be a check point for the Baiersbronn Classic Car Ralley.. We spent some time enjoying the beautiful cars that passed through.
Our final visit before returning to "Swallows Nest" our temporary home, was to visit a church and convent that we ...
Geoff did not fall about laughing when I told him, but I was quite proud of it.
Back to the car as it was starting to rain and retraced our steps to Gutach where there is a fascinating open air folk museum with over twenty exhibits of different regional styles of farm houses and mills set in a park. It stopped raining and allowed us to have a very enjoyable afternoon getting a feel of what it must have been like as a farmer two or three hundred years ...
... know what you will come across next. There is also a memorial to the Black Forests leading writer, politician and priest Heinrich Hansjakob who died in 1916. Apparently he wrote novels about the resaurants in the area which seems a good thing to do. We visited the church and viewed the war memorial outside. The number of dead in the 1939-45 war outnumbered those of 1914-18 by three to one , I ...
... took buddy, their dog, for a walk through the vineyards around the home. It was really nice.
And then we went...wait for it....just casually across the German border to France for lunch!
You know when you go to a country, and you go to the big cities ...
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
fitted for purpose, stayed one night and all was well, would use again.
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