Hotel Markgräfler Hof
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... nav already knew the campsite some 50 miles west out of Swabia and in to the central black forest.
We packed up, waved farewell to our German neighbors, wound the windows down and took a detour to Lichtenstein Castle 8 miles away. This castle is perched high above a town below. After photos, a walk round the gardens and water melon (Wasser melon) ice Lolly's we headed off to the black forest, B roads all the way. We ...
... the hike with a cold all the way up to Crypt Lake on the borderline. The scramble up was real Indiana Jones stuff.
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4. Stanley Glacier, Banff National Park, Alberta.
Just before you cross over into British Columbia, there is a trailhead at a parking lot; quite unassuming and innocent enough with no hint as to ...
... either for over one week now.
Our British all weather camping experience showed tonight, Andrea and I sat out under the canopy playing chess and dominoes as the rain came down. All the caravanners sat inside watching TV. It rained off and on all night.
Miles driving since leaving home: 570
Day 11 - Durlach
We awoke to more rain, I popped along to the now open Aldi on the bike ...
... cooking. WOW... The table looked amazing! Conny had put out different wine glasses for all of us, sprinkled the table with little stars, hearts and Christmas trees and each person had a little angel with their name at their seat. Words don't do it justice... Hopefully our photo does. The effort she went to was amazing. We started the night with an entree of salad and voulevants with a glass of champagne and white wine. Our main course we continued to cook after the entrees and ...
... what a berry is and which fruits are actually berries for example: a banana, a tomatoe, oranges and kiwis are actually all berries. It was very interesting and I actually learnt something new. So then we were allowed to go to our designated part of the garden to take out the weeds, cut away the dead stuff and water it, which we then also did. Another part that bees group had to take care of was a row of vegetables they ...