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Today was my catch a breath day, sleep in, get some washing done, do some blog, work, downloading photos and posting some postcards – I know that just sounds totally boring when I am supposed to be out exploring but I think you have to do that after a good 13 days of go go go. It was nice to chillax as they say.
Leanne and I had a nice sleep in, we met for a late breakfast at 9am.
A day to explore Basel and Leanne asked if we could specially find her a nice watch, because she wanted something for her recent special birthday.
Hotel Basel is where everything is, walking distance, in the old town, so we …
... With Breisach on one side of the Rhine being German and France being on the other side of the river, quite a few people live on the French side where rents are cheaper and work on the German side where wages are higher. This is the Kaiser Stuhl area and the wine of the region is Burgundy - White and red. They also grow cherries, berries, apples, apricots, strawberries and other fruits for schnapps and white asparagus. In summer this is the hottest part of Germany ...
Last night was our last night on this ship so we had the Captain's Farewell Cocktail Party and Farewell Dinner. As with the Welcome Dinner, we had another degustation menu. This menu was as follows: Steak Tartare Duck Liver Terrine on Red Onion Chutney and Warm Brioche Veal Consommé with Spinach Crepe and Vegetable Brunoise Grilled King Prawns on Cous Cous and Lemongrass Sauce Violette Granitee Pink Roasted Slices of Beef Tenderloin on ...
... cumin, pepper, and cardamon. See the photo to get an idea. Sorry this isn't a scratch and sniff blog. For dinner we went to a great German restaurant along with Beate and Michael's son Juri and his girlfriend. Tammy and I got a very traditional German dish: Schnitzel. Seeing them prepare for Fasnacht wasn't enough for us especially since we were fortunate enough to be staying so close so we returned to Basel, taking the 2am special train into the ...