Hotel Le Moulin
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Weather glorious again so took the funicular up to Mercury's Vista. Quite a ride and the view was spectacular. We could see about 15 villages in the valley below from the Mercury Tower. There were also huge samples of the variety of rocks found at Baden Baden, and they dated from 142 million to 750 million years old. After our return trip on the funicular we caught a little open tourist train and learnt some more ...
... so it is said) and later we went back and had.......BLACK FOREST CAKE!!!! IN THE BLACK FOREST!!!!!! Pinch Me Again!!!!!!!
Anyway, we scoped it out and decided where we wanted to go. We roamed around , found the Tourist Information location and the casino - two different locations and not related, side by side, but not related. Shelly and I had a cappucino and a pastry, a Kuchen and it was tasty - not sweet, but just enough to take the edge ...
... of of others-very popular place. Went briefly up to the Castle on the funicular after crossing the pretty bridge that crosses the Neckar River. Back to the ship . 1st August- Out of Germany and into France to visit Strasbourg. Did an hour canal cruise as the old town is on a series of canals. It was like Paris meets Amsterdam. Very pretty. In town looked at the pink granite Cathedral and it's amazing astronomical clock. ...
... specifically Karl Friedrich Hieronymus Freiherr von Münchhausen (1720–1797), a German nobleman working in the Russian army, who purportedly told many fantastic and impossible stories about himself, which Rudolf Raspe later published as The Surprising Adventures of Baron Münchhausen. In 1951, Richard Asher was the first to describe a pattern of self-harm, wherein individuals fabricated histories, signs, and symptoms ...
... some pain au raison and went back to the bridge to eat, watch the fishermen in their flat river boats and contemplate our next move.
Still not sure where to go, we asked a man on a bike. He spoke no English and rattled along in German and then gestured to us to follow him back over the bridge and pointed left along another forest trail. After exiting the forest, we found ourselves on a straight paved road, ...