Bildungszentrum 21 Hotel
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
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Its always a little awkward doing this wild camping thing. Its not officially illigal, but its definitely not somethig that parents teach their kids. When jan climbed out the tent this morning, he startled an early morning dog walker who wasnt quite sure what to make of the situation.
We packed up rather quickly after that, and breakfasted on the almighty coco-pops. Om-nom-nom! We never buy this **** at home, but on a bike tour, we can ...
... death cos I was so hungry.
We wolfed down our food in 5 minutes flat, I can't say if it was any good, and as it was soon to get dark, started actively hunting for a place to pitch the tent. After another 10km or so, we found ourselves in rheinfelden, literally on the banks of the rhine. Cant complain, the spot was pretty. With only beer and wine at hand, we had to make do, and shortly after dark we were passed ...
... could only see it from the outside,
and it was under pretty major construction. I'm sure it's very
impressive, but our timing was just a bit off. The rest of Freiburg was
pretty built up and commercialized, mostly due to it being a college
town I'm sure. It wasn't one of my favorite places in Germany thus far,
but like all German towns, it did have some cool architecture. One
hallmark of the Schwarzwald region is the natural springs. ...
... Even my little home town is buzzing on a Sunday morning. We did happen upon a military ceremony of some kind. They had a bugler, lots of French flags and they played the French national Anthem.....wish I could remember the words....Sheryl?? LOL We popped into the Textile Museum but unfortunately it was closing at midday and not reopening until 2pm. The siesta is alive and well in Mulhouse. For €9 we kept going. If you were interested in the history and design ...
... was crammed with all the skiers going down, and partly because we had carefully not told Joy that going down is always more scary. She did not mind though, having (at last) discovered the beauty and majesty of the big mountains. Another "legal high" as she put it.
Sadly our stay with Peter was all too short, but Joy seems to have been bitten by the mountain bug, so we might well be returning to ...