Holiday Inn Strasbourg Airport
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Our final day in Baden Baden (Bath Bath) and we were looking forward to going to one of the many thermal spas that this city is famous for. We chose the Caracalla Therme and for three hours (!) we luxuriated in the various spas and aromatic steam bath. Caracalla thermal waters is not a recent phenomenon, because around 2000 years ago ...
... meal - where I tasted goose for the first time. Yes, I know ! - food again. But as someone pointed out, this could be a gastonomic tour for us :) Anyway, with red cabbage, knoedel, and goose with almonds and dried fruits in a stuffing/sauce, this meal was memorably delicious. Goose is a specialty, usually reserved for Christmas. So our festive season has begun!! The restaurant/guest house where we dined had a ...
... Baden local mountain named for the ancient Roman God Mercury, to whom a stone was dedicated on the summit 668m above sea level. This Mercury Stone is from the 16th century. We travelled on the cable car to the summit. The trip distance is 1,192 metres however the trip's duration lasts a brief 5 minutes! This cable car rates as among not only the steepest - 54 degrees incline - but also the most modern cable car railways in Germany! The view ...
... and too much food. We were just blessed - again :) Not the same could be said though for the third train trip which was a domestic train from Karlsruhe to Baden Baden. Terribly overcrowded, hot and chaotic. But this morning we awoke to a wonderful day in this most beautiful city of approx 350,000 people. We are situated opposite the Festpielhaus which is claimed to be ...
... of cheeses, sauerkraut, breads and sausages. Soon the Christmas markets will be opening, so there is also more gingerbread and mulled wine being sold in stores, something that is making me really excited for a Christmas that I've only read about in stories. We are now on another train, this time heading from France, through Switzerland and into Italy. We will spend two nights in Milan, then wander further south (hopefully further away from ...