Chateau de L'ile
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I mention the dessert of vanilla ice cream with whipped cream and hot raspberry sauce - OMG - to die for!!!!
Then we waddled back to the accommodation telling ourselves that we can't keep eating like this. Truth is, we sort of say this every day. Thanks for the comments from those that do. For those that don't, your off our Xmas card list LOL.
... and even gasthofs is entirely older American (english) hit songs. We even got to watch the Voice in German and every young contestant sang slightly old tunes in english - things have certainly changed!!
We got our bearings and did a walking tour of the downtown area and as far as our first two residences in Lahr. Of course we wandered by the "Horse" and have a picture for you ...
We awoke to a foggy day but as we headed south after breakfast, we drove out of the fog when we climbed and back into it when we descended. That lasted for several hours until the daytime heating took care of the problem and as previously mentioned, we had yet another super weather day. We drove through the hills of Saarland, through the town of Mettlach (famous for ...
... t take care of it for a few days but the car was safe to drive. Consequently we decided to continue on our journey along the coast of Lake Maggorie which is a very long and narrow lake and is called the Cannera Rivera. The scenery is gorgeous.
We crossed into Switzerland shortly after noon and of course had to get some Swiss Francs as they do not use the Euro.
We are heading to Bedretto up in the Alps and when we arrive at the ...
The final thing we did on Sunday was drive along the scenic road that winds up and through the Black Forest. Germans call this the Schwarldhochstraße, we called it the scenic road as the former is a bit difficult to pronounce. It was really beautiful, and winded about 60 km up to the highest elevation ...