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... Germany. Our canal boat was the "Hertzing", an almost new touring boat modelled on the traditional Dutch barges which we occasionally passed. With fore and aft cabins and ensuites, compact galley and comfortable dining area, we were well catered for. The great feature was the top fly deck where you could enjoy the sun, the local food and drink and watch the ...
... are! We went back to our room and made a cup of tea while we waited for breakfast. I used the extra time to organize our bags again -- an unending task when traveling! At breakfast we sat next to Dwight and Molly and talked more about travel, etc., as we enjoyed our typical Chambre d'Hote breakfast of bread, bread, and more bread, butter, jam, orange juice, tea and coffee. So far, I don't feel like I've gained weight on this trip, even after eating bread, butter, jam and ...
... time, her brother will join the parents on their trip. I thought it is a great way to celebrate their 50th anniversary and have family members enjoy it with them too.
We had dinner in our wonderful little room tonight. I gazed out our window at the vineyards for a while after dinner, savoring the view. Night has fallen now and the gentle breeze rustling through the leaves of the plants in the vineyard makes a soft "hushing" sound. It is ...
... Now, you may think there is a straightforward way to get from point A to point B, but there is NOT. We have the most difficulty getting into and out of towns, which generally doubles our travelling time. The roadways may be good,but the signage isn't always straight-forward. Such was the case on the evening in question.
Au revoir. No more oui and non and merci, we are heading back to the land of ya and nein and danka!
... cheapest diesel in western Europe and its no dearer on or off the autoroute, so we just topped up there. The fuel stations were all hugely busy (no wonder) but we got our diesel and continued southwards.
We had decided to head for a very nice sounding site in Munster, a small town in the Vosges near Colmar, on a very pretty route over the mountains. It was very quiet ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed