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... a ravioli stuffed with cheese and autumn mushrooms. They then brought a trolley of about 20 different cheeses, which we both love!!! I selected three different, and Eldon selected three different than I chose. They served the cheese with either nut bread or fruit bread. They then brought us each 6 different tastes of fun little one bit desserts. We then had an ice cream beer served on, what I thought was jello, but jello like I've never had it ...
von klick” is very organized and also very industrialized. There are factories
everywhere but in spite of this the land is well farmed and green. Wind
generators are very common and in some areas we came across large solar farms
as well. The drive took most of the day and we finally arrived in Titisee and
booked into a campsite that literally charged for everything. The temperature
was COLD and after a quick sausage braai we retired to bed.
We once again took the regional train and headed for Freiburg. It was a very nice ride and we were able to see many towns and farms as we headed deeper into the Black Forest. We went straight to the open air market which they have everyday except Sunday. They had great local produce and some interesting crafts for sale. We toured the cathedral next, which was very impressive. ...
Tuesday and Wednesday we spent in this town, high in the Black Forest. We hiked a bit up to the waterfalls, then went through every store looking for cuckoo clocks. Didn't find any that I liked that didn't cost over 1000 euros. But it was fun and these are handcrafted here. It lovely up here. Roads are fantastic. And the speed limit on the two Lane roads we are using is 42 to 50 mph. And that is ok with all the swerves in the road. Photos to follow. Hope this finds you all ...
... still. The lack of a speed limit means people regularly exceed 200km/hr and I can believe it. The funny thing is that flying along well over 100km/hr didn’t even feel like we were going that fast. I’m so going to get a speeding ticket when I get home!It was a quick hours drive to our guest house in a small town called Glottertal in the Black Forest, and after check in it was agreed that a fortifying drink was needed to steady the nerves. We walked the ...