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... the lack of washing so we did some. Note to self, don't do washing last thing because if it doesn't spin, you are stuck... thankfully after pressing some combination of buttons on the Miele (found on most sites) the spin section started and washing was done.
So, of the 4 pitches around us, three were gone when we awoke (you know we don't do early and what's the point of leaving at 9 to hit rush our traffic?)
Today was the hard job ...
... the lifts working well. There were still more bikes on this train. We all piled out at Freiburg at 12.30. Lunch was in a green park beside the big church and we found the track going towards Basle, following it until we found a guesthouse at Tiengen. We were greeted by our host in his vest and not expecting guests on a Monday. The Gasthaus Zum Anker was built in 1650 with beams and uneven floors. Our room is comfortable but the bathroom is along a creaking corridor.. I will ...
... required for the cake demo). A small, intimate hike into nature - along with 100 other intrepid souls. Off we went, and all went well (to start). We passed a soaring aqueduct (pictured) as we crossed the threshold of the Forest; and then an interesting bark stripper which we cleverly deduced was formerly used to strip bark. Marching on, many of the pilgrims - with Fit-Bits that, judging from appearances, hadn't come close to 10,000 steps - seemed strong and valiant. ...
... dinner at the Herrmann home. Rudy is training for a marathon, so he had just finished a twelve mile training run with his son, Mattias before supper. All nine of us had a wonderful time visiting and eating. Conny made sure everyone was full and happy by the end of the evening. We planned to leave the next morning, so we stayed up late taking advantage of our last opportunity to ...
... of Spanish - albeit like a four or five year old. If you bring your "gluten intolerance" thing to France you will starve. Speaking of wheat, pastries and baguettes are very affordable. So is most wine. Yay, yeast. Speaking of affordable, the euro has rallied against the dollar a bit since we left PDX, making out trip a bit less so. But the exchange rate is still about 25% better for us than it was last year. Speaking of money, we are averaging about $230/day for both of us, ...