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We explored Colmar in a little train ( like you see at fetes) . The driver managed to get stuck on a corner, but after some expert advice we were on our way. Petite Venice is just perfect. Lots of colourful houses along canals. We did get a little lost in the maze of streets and alleys, made it to the bus on time. We then travelled about 1hour to Strasbourg. Similar style of town to Colmar ...
... and welcoming. After dinner and some stories, it was time for the cheeses. We had six different varieties, including; munster with cumin, camembert and a special cheese that is only prepared twice a year (July and December). While we were eating cheese, several storks flew overhead. This was very special. We laughed a lot and had a great time! Serge and Sonia have a large Pyrenees dog (Anouka) and a Persian cat. The cats' name ...
... and Astrid came over. They brought some books from various regions of France and a flash dive with some pictures of their families. They gave us the flash drive to bring home to share with you all. They also gave us a picture of Eve taken just after she arrived in the United States in 1952. It was a lot cooler in Kingersheim that ...
... went through small towns. Bob was driving and we pulled over. We know we had a long drive and didn't want to be slowed down by rural route. So we recalculated the route and it told us the same route. Having some faith in technology (why quite following the gps now…), we proceeded on the highlighted route through the small villages. We noticed that on the A2 there was a lot of traffic and it was ...
Bright and early in the morning our coach took us on an hour's journey through some pretty villages to the edge of the huge and mysterious Blackforest, a mountain range running parallel to the Rhine. It is a popular holiday spot for the locals with its warmer climate. The town and rural area of Breisach is similar to other towns along the Rhine with the industries being mainly vineyards growing the pinot noir grape. Other local produce includes apples, peach, cherries, pumpkins ...