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... up with wine and nuts at Lidl (as recommended by the Harts)
Everything in the store WAS cheaper by a significant margin e.g. reasonable wine under £1 (remember Aldi & Lidl have won a best Value For Wine award in the UK with M & S being worst!), salted nuts, 200g about 60p.
I won't go on as it's very frustrating that even the so called “discounters” could make their UK prices A LOT cheaper, or we could make Tyne ...
... to write the previous blog, this faithful correspondent managed to make his way to breakfast with Patty, and there to do some damage to a bowl of steel-cut oats, or maybe it was Corn Flakes. Let’s just chalk this one up to: breakfast unknown. After morning ablutions, well, it was time to catch the motor coach to the fabled Black Forest: she (it is a “she”) of the dense firs and conifers and some other trees that cover slopes ranging as high as 4,500 ...
... food, transportation (Claire too), museums, etc. (Our flights were paid for with 120k miles and about $120 fees and taxes. Super good deal, as long as you don't mind flying coach.) We try to book lodging with breakfast, either skip lunch or grab it inexpensively to go, and eat great dinners at well-regarded (trip advisor, Michelin, etc.) places. We've done lots of laundry in our bathroom sinks; we now know the heated racks we sometimes find are not by design towel warmers. Most ...
... time chatting it up with who I figure is a distant relative - unfortunately I wasn't too impressed with the wines- I think my relatives made a wise choice becoming dairy farmers. One significant difference in tastings here: they're free - and the pours are ample. And the wines, at least in Loire, Cahors, Cote du Rhone and Alsace are crazy affordable. We understand in Burgundy you can break out the big bucks, but where we've been most of the wines have been in the €6-9 range. ...
... about cuckoo clocks and Black Forest cake. Although the working clock on the outside of the building was impressive, the workshop was a glorified cuckoo clock shop. Not my favorite excursion of the trip.
Our afternoon optional excursion to Colmar in Alsace made up for a disappointing morning. Located 40 miles south of Strasbourg on the Lauch River, the city proper has about 70,000 inhabitants. It is also the capital of the Alsatian ...