Chateau des Tanneurs
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... just over the border to France, to a little town called Colmar and enjoyed the Christmas markets as well as the town. Loved walking around... Exploring all the alleyways and looking at the beautiful buildings. Lots of the buildings are decorated for Christmas.. Loved the day. Back to Titisee for a wander around their streets before having the horse carriage ride around the lake. It was about an hour, and it was lots of fun... ...
... just hung around the town and walked through the markets. I was pretty worn down from a full day so just strolling around town was enough for me. I had an interesting dinner as I really had no idea what I was ordering. They did not have an English menu, not the first time this has happened, but I really couldn't make out much and my server did not speak English. So saw something that looked like steak, that's been my go to meal just in case, and ordered. I ...
... when I went
to do the backwards riding I was going too fast and I slipped and landed on my elbow.
Sadly I ended up with probably the biggest egg you can get right on my elbow. It is very sore.
Then next day we went 900 meters above sea level to see snow. It was Zara's first time seeing snow.
We had snow ball fights and we didn't go skiing because it was closed because ...
All the ice had melted when we were there. I am getting so much better.
Not much bruises but now blisters.
Then we went on a roller coaster. It was not as scary as all the other ones at Movie World.
Then we walked home and had dinner.
Our next place is called Paris. We are there for Christmas. ...
... we find is the ice skating rink.
After many please, please can we go on", we decided to let them. This one is only 2euro for
an unlimited time frame, so we struggled to get them off as they were having so much fun. Knowing that they would be starving, tired and weary when they got off we prolonged it as long as possible. And at the end they were hungry and tired, but so happy.
It was a great start to Colmar.
The next morning ...