Das Breite Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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I need to mark Basel on the map & would also like to say to anyone reading this that might be planning a trip to the area, we stayed at The Passage hotel - it was EXCELLENT ! and I would highly recommend it; awesome shower, big rooms, comfy bed, mini fridge (if you can afford that sort of thing), a fantastic gym downstairs, and just a hop, skip, and jump away from anything and everything you could possibly want. ...
... a sponge cake base, strawberries and squirty cream. Back at the van Jake opened his cards and presents whilst we cooked pizza for lunch and then made the cake. We added the surprise candles when he didn't know we had and sitting out at the site bench we scoffed the lot! Early evening we decided to move on and drive the hour to Colmar in France. On approach to Colmar ...
... in Europe. Back to our car and on to Stuttgart to our Ibis Hotel by the airport. Mucki and Wolfgang had dropped off our red and blue backpacks on the weekend. We now have all our luggage again. We farewelled Katrin and Wolfgang at 6pm, they still had a 2.5 hr drive to get home. Ron and I bought food in the Leidl Supermarket next to our hotel and ate it in our ...
... thing" and jumping in the Rhine, holding on to the ballon of clothes and letting the current take you down river where you climb out and have a beer. We weren't sure we believed him. Could this be revenge for all the tricks Peter played on his nephew when Richard was little ? Melanie arriveed after a conference and we all went out for a meal at a local restaurant. Sat outside in the sunshine and caught up with everything. A few days later ...
... by old houses and a big square in front. It was built of slightly pinkish sandstone and it was very dark inside but this showed off their impressive stained glass windows. From there we worked our way down to the river Rhine passing more old houses, one dated back to the 1700s.
We watched one of the 4 ferries plying their trade for people to cross the river. They were powered by the flow of the river only. A steel rope tightly supported ...