Le Grand Hotel
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... stopped for lunch. Les also took the opportunity to buy a new pair of boots as his attempts at repairing his existing boots with 'Gaffa Tape' had failed sceptically!
From there we rode to the Saar Industrial region which is one of the largest industrial areas in Germany. However, we rode through about 30 miles of built up areas much of which was hard work in the heat of 32 degrees Centigrade.
We were pleased to ...
... sat out with Kara, Jessica, Chelsy and Denisse because first, I’m terrified of going upside down and I wasn’t feeling well with my throat/head. Jessica got me orange juice (which was really sweet) because it helped my throat. But towards the end of the day I made it back on Blue Fire (mostly because I pinky promised Caro).
The 3 of us also went on this Haunted Mansion ride which was kind of creepy. In the beginning ...
... seen a lock before on a river.
After the boat tour we had some free time to walk around the city. I walked around with Denisse, Caro and Mariela and we first went to see the cathedral and then walked around the city. Strasbourg was really nice and we got to see the outside of the European Parliament and it kind of reminded me of DC, but more European looking. We walked around the river and ...
The stellplatz in Baden Baden was a 15 minute bike ride along a lovely riverside trail to the city centre. We explored the casino in a very old and very opulently styled building along with several tour groups. I had to drag Eric away from tagging on to the champagne banquet one of the groups was being led to. He thought no-one would notice a couple of extras but since we were about 20 years younger than the group average, I disagreed! Just across the park from ...
... of grief. However, once we sat at the cafe right in front of the cathedral and ordered him the Choucroute - a dish of all kinds of meat piled on top a big helping of sauerkraut, he admitted it was nice to be out there. He even commented how his mother would have really enjoyed it.
I was disappointed that we didn't get to go to the top of the cathedral and get a nice view. However, I thought the night out was a great way to end our visit in Strasbourg.