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Travel Blogs from Colmar
Not that you just sit back and relax though, as there was plenty of work to do as we made our way through the numerous locks which took you up or down, depending on your direction. Over the week we passed through more than sixty locks which are now almost fully automated. Beside every lock stood the homes of the former lock masters, most now sadly ...
... to Bregenz. An amazing mountain road with little traffic and beautiful scenery. Stopped at Lindau on Lake Constance for lunch and a stroll. An old town of interest with lots of visitors. The continued along the Romantic Road around the lake vying for road space with hundreds of trans European trucks. Not pleasant and finally made it to a motorway where ...
... the centre of Freiburg for dinner and were pleased to find an on-street parking space very near to the old town centre. As we approached the main square, we noticed that it was sectioned off and had a large stage set up at the end for some sort of strange festival, which we eventually realised was a gymnastics competition. We'd turned up just in time for the opening show with a big brass band. We wandered around the whole square looking at each restaurant's menu ...
... cream in my tea every morning at breakfast. I keep telling Ed that I will no doubt burst out of my jeans on the flight back home! I have found that when I do smear butter liberally on my breakfast bread, I do not get hungry until well into the afternoon...so maybe these Europeans are on to something here.
We are planning to tour Colmar this morning. We thoroughly enjoyed a self-guided city walking tour (using my guidebook) and got oriented to the city. Colmar has ...
... now. More than once this evening the thought has struck me that this really is how people should live -- quiet peaceful lives working their land. Like most of you reading this, we live in the hustle and bustle of a busy city, and never consider how fast paced our lives are until we experience the peace and tranquility of the countryside.
We will be going to bed shortly now, so I will say Bonsoir for now, even though it feels like I should say "Guten ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed