Formule 1 Parc des Expositions
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... with very old half-timbered houses covered in red geraniums and cascading flowers. The Alsatian people can make flower pots out of most anything. The weather is cool (40's) and the flowers love it. In the center of town was the original church of its resident priest who became Pope Leo IX in 1049. We left Eguisheim and decided on a whim to drive over the Rhein River to Germany for lunch. We lunched in and walked around the town Breisach-am-Rhein - another old ...
... We continued on to Baden-Baden. It is a beautiful high end resort known for its thermal mineral baths (discovered in Roman times). There is a beautiful casino, that was classier than Monaco! The buildings and shops were amazing! We drove back to Strasbourg, and our boat. We then started are sail to Basel, Switzerland. We will spend tomorrow (our last day on the River Melody) in Basel. Tonight we have the crew shop which should be great ...
... the first of many meals of unhealthy proportions throughout the day.
Our next activity was to see the local Freiburg market, which is especially lively on Saturdays. We saw food, toy, drink and many more types of vendors as well as a great variety of street performers. After my ants on a cracker metaphor, I don’t really have a proper step up to describe the market. It was very busy.
After arriving back at the hotel Abba decided to quickly get us seats on ...
... Furthermore, this is a triple room. Designed for 3 people. While there may be groups of 3 who are comfortable with such a situation, I’m impressed that it seems like all of them are. Europe is such a wild cultural experience.
Mary's Comments: I unfortunately have to take this moment to admit that Ben was right the whole time—I hate them, and this whole lung infection thing was just part of my elaborate way to avoid them entirely. But I got cold feet. ...
Everyone slept until somewhere between 8 and 9 am, Rebecca and I with the help of melatonin. We walked over to one of Mary's favorite breakfast places that served assorted breads, pastries, cold cuts, and cheeses. Rebecca and I shared a Europa, a tower of enough meats and cheeses and pastries to make a serious dent in world hunger. I wonder if anyone has noted the fundamental impossibility of maintaining a low carbohydrate diet in Germany. If the bread ...