Hotel Restaurant Saint-Nicolas
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We spent New Years with relatives in the black forest and saw some very wintry scenes, day tripped to France for another stunning hillside castle (Haut-Konigsburg with its amazing views over to the Rhine/ Black forest) and cake, ate great french cheese and wine, seeing the worlds largest Cuckoo clock and icy waterfall ...
This morning we woke up and it was snowing!! Heavy snow flakes fell from the sky and it was negative degrees outside. We nearly cancelled our days plans due to the weather and slippery roads but decided to do it. It was a good thing we did as the snow covered scenery was fantastic! Snow capped trees, snowy fields, snow on all the houses, the most white I've seen for a long time. We travelled along the French wine route, through lots of cute ...
... this one, opting for a chocolate waffle instead... Which they insisted they didn't have... The chocolate on their face proved otherwise. New waited in line for a good 35mins until we got and and it was really exciting. Up then down and turn turn turn. We were in our seats for less than half. The rest of the time we were pushing up against the bar holding us in. At the end of the ride my face was stinging from the cold air that whipped past. Was really exhilarating! The day was a great day ...
We decided to make full use of our semester ticket which gives us free transport around the region and thus ended up at Breisach one weekend.
The weather was really gloomy, making the whole trip quite worthless. The view of the rhine river was nothing spectacular.
I guess the only time we'd be back to this place is to take a bus to Colmar.
... brought us to the Seepark, which was just 10 mins away.
Our second temporary place, also rented from Air B&B allowed us to explore the city centre more due to its proximity. The markets around the Munster is really something that all travellers should come and experience. Try a glass of homemade wine, join the ever-long queue for currywurst and other types of sausages most asians would ...