Drexel's Parkhotel Memmingen
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... Amazingly, Sandra spotted just the job in a large supermarket. Let's hope Mickey/Minnie doesn't also spot the trap. After lunch we studied the campsite books. There appears to be a dearth of ACSI discount sites hereabouts, so we aimed for the nearest one, at Isne, still in Germany. A lovely site awaited us in a quiet area of rolling alpine countryside. A post-prandial walk down to the village proved a pleasant experience too. ...
Full of a cold today. Bugger Headed down to breakfast and could not get in. They were running late. Bugger. Was in the coach nearly all day. Started of in Brussels and made our way to the Rhine river in Germany. It was in Boppart where we got on the cruiser and spent over an hour cruising down the Rhine. From there we headed off to Ulm in Germany and had a three course dinner in the Munz restaurant. As we had such a late night and dinner ...
... route, it sure enough kept me on my toes. The enormous training facility (for the German forces) had been active from 1895 and only recently closed in 2005.
Ulm is a nice enough place to visit. It is quite a large city and also supposedly home to the tallest church in Germany. We managed to find this during our evening tour ( it wasn't very difficult) before ending up at a local watering hole to see out the ...
... haus: built in the 14th century – overhanging the Blau River – so that boats were more protected. Since it got to crooked they leveled out the rooms and made it heavier and it sunk more. And since 1997 it is in the Guinness book of records as the most crooked hotel in the world
The trap of a flexible check out time is that you tend to take your time, so we weren't in the car until after 11am this morning. Before we left we had one last visit from Olivier’s mother who arrived with four croissants, a baguette and a very special four leaf clover for each of us. What a beautiful lady!! Heading back into Germany today we took the more scenic route, through a different section of the Black Forest as we ...