Hotel Schiff am Rhein
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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In the morning we decided where we wanted to go, basically to the very bottom corner of Germany. Vlad sourced some accommodation and away we went from Balingen. Before leaving we went into town where Ivan finally was able to talk to the boofs. He was the happiest he's been on this trip yet had a tear in his eye thinking of his girls. He decided to …
Spending the day to check out Messeplatz right across from the hotel. Messeplatz looked familiar somehow because its architect is the same one who designed the Bird Nest for the Beijing Olympics. Since it is Saturday morning, and a carnival had been set up, we see a lot of young Swiss families bringing their little ones out to the carnival. You see young mothers or fathers riding their bike with an ...
... valves for coffee (that let the CO2 out of the bag after the roasted coffee is bagged) and other expandable packaging materials. She was an elegantly dressed French woman - so friendly. She said New Orleans was her favorite place in the US (she swore that she tells everyone that) and has been on a swamp tour. We are now in the train to Strasbourg. We were going merrily along until about five minutes before Strasbourg, when the train inexplicably stopped in a corn field. We have ...
... a place to eat lunch. Most of the restaurants were outdoor cafes and it was too cool to sit outside. We found a restaurant that had pizza. We were with Herb, Marsha, and Ellie. We knew prices were very high in Switzerland and kmhad passed restaurants with $50 and $60 meals. We taught pizza would be a good idea. The restaurant was lovely and a 10 inch pizza was $25 francs! We ordered 3 pizzas for the ...
What an adventure it was just to get here, the starting point of our River cruise. We decided to come a day earlier just in the off chance that there might be travel problems, and boy did we have it. Our connecting flight from Frankfurt got the gate changed, then delayed, and the dreaded cancellation. Lufthansa proceeded to issue train tickets for us to get to Basel, which was a 3 hour train ride. The good thing is that the train station is connected to the airport. But ...