Hotel Beim Schupi
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... to get psyched up for the return trip. But just then, the parents of our home exchange folks came for a visit. These are fantastic folks and as friendly as anyone you'll ever meet. We shot the breeze until 9:00pm or so and they left for home. While we were on the back patio we saw a hot-air balloon float by. I expect we will find ourselves on one of these things one day. Also, the moon looked great. It was time to consider packing...... ...
... town. Next we visited the Faberge museum and this was fantastic. We had a girl from Russia explain the collection. It all belongs to a wealthy Russian (VERY wealthy) And he houses it in Baden Baden because it is more secure there. I cannot imagine what it all would be worth. Unfortunately we could not take any photos. Had another hour or two in the thermal spa then relaxed dinner at an Italian restaurant. Love ...
... beat but its big central car-free square was pleasantly busy with people enjoying the cooler evening and kids zipping through on their bikes. It made me think how Sidney with its aging and elderly population, might be able to attract more families to live in its downtown if cars were barred from the main street and people could use that as a public space the way they do in so many European towns and cities.
... do a pretty amazing job of docking in the strong Rhine current. There actually is no dock. They just run up close to the shore and put down a ramp.
The path on the German side was not paved much of the way but was a reasonably good surface. Initially, we went through a pretty wooded area surrounding a big recreational water park, a welcome break from the rock crushing facilities.This, sadly, was not to last!
... I even was offered a blanket as it was turning chilly.
We got back safely with mo getting lost. Bed time and another new country to follow.
Well what can I say.
Hairdryer score 0/10. Fortunately I hadnt washed my hair as I held the dryer very close and it hardly moved any ...