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... with a church from the 1200's. Once back in France we visited one more town, Turckheim which had a moat and town gates. The moat is now a grassy area and garden for the residents. We saw one happy frolicking dog in one grassy area of the most! On our way back to Colmar, we stopped at E-Leclerc - the Super Wal-Mart of France and bought some cheese, wine, foie-Gras, beer and crackers for our evening and went back to Maison des Tetes to pack up for our early morning ...
... We continued on to Baden-Baden. It is a beautiful high end resort known for its thermal mineral baths (discovered in Roman times). There is a beautiful casino, that was classier than Monaco! The buildings and shops were amazing! We drove back to Strasbourg, and our boat. We then started are sail to Basel, Switzerland. We will spend tomorrow (our last day on the River Melody) in Basel. Tonight we have the crew shop which should be great ...
... eventually). We then settled down in a biergarten on the mountain with an excellent view with beers, pretzels and fries. The meal was excellent, and we made the trip back down the mountain with significantly less ease than before, at which point we decided some card playing was in order (I will never win a game of casino as long as I live). Despite some reservations (double meaning you figure it out) we managed to squeeze in a meal at a local restaurant to celebrate ...
... to the parking garage in a drizzly rain, and took off for the drive back to Freiburg. The drive went smoothly if you don’t count getting stuck behind slow trucks on winding two-lane roads 183 times.
We had sent Mary a text the day before asking about restaurant reservations for her birthday dinner and never got a reply. We tried texting her again from the road, and then sent an email. Still no luck. When we were most of the way back to Freiburg, we called her, ...
... across the famous church of old town, the St. Martin Church at Quais de la Poissonerie. Again, perfect timing! Just as we entered the silence and lightened candles, prayer began. Built between 13th to14th centuries, made with pink stone, the beauty of this church lies in its Gothic architecture and specifically the silhouette of the coloured tiles in the dome forming the lantern bulb. Time wasn’t enough ...
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