Chateau de L'ile
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... which was the last part of the built up area and we crossed the border again and were back in France. The landscape changed again and we back riding through hills and forests.
We stopped off at the town of Saverne for an afternoon coffee.
We reached Strasbourg at around 5pm and headed for our hotel for the night. We were located opposite the main train station. Because the hotel didn't have any parking and were not ...
... t see anything because it’s soo dark inside! Then when you make it the top it was so much fun because there were lights/lasers everywhere as the coaster dropped and turned! The second roller coaster we went on was called Silver Star and that was one of my favorite ones there! I went on with Caro and we sat in the middle part of the train. I don’t know why I went on because I use to hate roller coasters, especially ones ...
... loud coming back and then we had to go to another floor to find this kid from our group because he left us his bag. Mariela and I went down to the 2nd floor and knocked on like 4 doors, but we couldn’t find him and people were kind of ****** at us. Soo.. we ran back upstairs! It was a really fun night and I’m glad I didn’t go to the club because everyone said it was packed!!
The stellplatz in Baden Baden was a 15 minute bike ride along a lovely riverside trail to the city centre. We explored the casino in a very old and very opulently styled building along with several tour groups. I had to drag Eric away from tagging on to the champagne banquet one of the groups was being led to. He thought no-one would notice a couple of extras but since we were about 20 years younger than the group average, I disagreed! Just across the park from ...
We found a Schiltach visitors’ map and guide in English (which is rare) so managed to appreciate this cute little town all the more when we could read the story about each stop on the recommended route. After checking out the waterwheel on the river, the quaint merchant houses, and rathaus we decided to visit the Hansgrohe bathroom museum since this part of the Black Forest is the bathroom centre of Germany! It was a lot ...