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... which was the last part of the built up area and we crossed the border again and were back in France. The landscape changed again and we back riding through hills and forests.
We stopped off at the town of Saverne for an afternoon coffee.
We reached Strasbourg at around 5pm and headed for our hotel for the night. We were located opposite the main train station. Because the hotel didn't have any parking and were not ...
... in this room and the lights went off and there was this monsters voice that was actually scary and I remember hiding behind the girls. When we got to the ride part it was 2 per car, so Denisse had to go alone. muahaha! It was a fun ride after that though because it was just like the Haunted Mansion in Disney with the 3 singing heads and nothing really popped out at you! (the best part/relief).
Later we meet up ...
... got excited when they saw a Latino club LOL. After buying some post cards we headed back to the bus and went to go check in at the Ibis hotel. At the hotel I was roommates with Kara and we shared a room. Kara slept in the bed and I slept on the couch bed and down the hall from us were the girls. I hung out in the girls’ room and then at 6pm we met some people downstairs to go walk around.
... we find an intact castle so we headed for the hills. Our navigation skills weren’t that good so we managed to do a mountain hike in search of the castle, only to find it was down the hill on the edge of the nearby suburb. We couldn’t go into the castle itself but we explored the grounds which were surrounded by acres of vineyards.
We stopped for the night at the stellplatz at Kehl - where we spent our first night after picking up the ...
... door to houses that are 400+ years old.
We found our first castle ruins just up the road. It was hard to imagine what went on there as very little remained so we were determined to find a more complete castle before our road trip was over.
I had my heart set on a tour of the famous Alpirsbacher Brewery in the next town but were told the guide only spoke German during the tour so had to settle for a walk around ...