Cour Du Corbeau Hotel- MGallery Collection
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... people could have equal access to water. We had lunch by the old market hall. We stopped at the Unterlinden Museum for a look see.
We headed back to our parking garage to get the car. We could not find it. It was a huge garage and in our haste to go out and look around, we forgot to see where we had parked it. We thought that we went back in the same entrance that we came out of, ...
... candy crush, and I can't even remember what else! Oh well!
Our journey home went much more smoothly as we sang along to some more favorites by Old Blue Eyes ;-) We took a slightly different route that took us along the eastern side of Lac Léman, through Montreaux (home of the world famous Montreaux Jazz Festival) and through Evian (insert Jim Gaffigan routine here... http://youtu.be/H2mdFB7UTqc ...so hilarious!). It made for a very ...
From here we walked around town and saw all the pretty and very wealthy streets, buildings and shops.
We went shopping. Didn't find much but was nice. To relax the rest of the day we sat in the park near the baths it. I was great, we talked a lot and realised we had 10 minutes to get to our dinner reservation. We made it and found the place with not too ...
... we didn't realize was going to be a steep incline the entire way. Luckily the Germans equip their trails with plenty of benches for resting. Despite these minor marks of civilization in the forms of trails and benches, this forest, the largest in Germany, is mostly untouched and wild. Fallen trees are not cleared away as they instead become new homes to animals and creeping moss. Branches are not trimmed, so light can barely penetrate the thick overgrowth ...
... 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 ...