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We got to sleep in this morning. We decided to have breakfast at 9.00 am. This was a little different as breakfast was served to us at the table. We had fresh orange juice, fruit, breads, cheeses and bacon and eggs. Packed the car after breakfast and went for a walk through the of town. Cars are not allowed in the old city. Strolled around for an hour of so and finally left Rhien Falls around 12.00 after a quick detour to the ...
... shirt which explained the difficulty in supply.
The striking part of that is, as ever, we wonder how any assistant in Newcastle would be able to react if someone came in speaking French?
All very pleasant and we returned on the train for tea in Obernai.
We are now definitely on the final part of the trip with our German visits and the imminent return to the UK which Liz is keen on, myself, less so.
... something was going on and wanted the gossip) We thought about telling him we are Al's parent but would have been unable to keep a straight face for any length of time.
Anyway there were several UK registrations on the way to our pitch as well as lots of CHILDREN (a separate species which we haven't seen for 5 weeks!)
The pitch allotted to us was relatively small in comparison to the acres we've had in most places, what a come down, ...
... in place. So we will believe the guide book! The road is windy and hilly and there was quite a lot of traffic, including numerous motorbikes and cyclists. At one stage we were followed by vehicle that looked like a Lotus race car with the driver and passenger wearing helmets. They soon zoomed past us never to be seen again. A stop for diesel was necessary and the sign said it was 32 degrees - so nice to be warm and again we were able to enjoy dinner outside ...
... so French-y, and I liked looking at the pastries in particular. There's this part of the city that's called Petite-France, originally slaughter houses & tanning-houses. Hence the roofs were really big so as to increase the surface area to dry the skins. Walked around for a bit then had lunch by the canals which was pretty ...