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I need to mark Basel on the map & would also like to say to anyone reading this that might be planning a trip to the area, we stayed at The Passage hotel - it was EXCELLENT ! and I would highly recommend it; awesome shower, big rooms, comfy bed, mini fridge (if you can afford that sort of thing), a fantastic gym downstairs, and just a hop, skip, and jump away from anything and everything you could possibly want. ...
... a sponge cake base, strawberries and squirty cream. Back at the van Jake opened his cards and presents whilst we cooked pizza for lunch and then made the cake. We added the surprise candles when he didn't know we had and sitting out at the site bench we scoffed the lot! Early evening we decided to move on and drive the hour to Colmar in France. On approach to Colmar ...
... Maicher's Uncle Georg planned and laid the ornate street cobble stones. The stones came from the Rhein region. We stopped at the Schmidt Cafe so that Ron could have Schwarzwalderkirsch Kuchen und Kaffee. We looked at some more of the Alt Stadt. The Hotel Bären Wein und Bierstuben was first built in 1358 but its foundation was laid 1120. This is the ...
... river, waterfalls and forest were beautiful. At the bottom of the gorge we arrived at Hofgut Sternen which is a tourist town. It has a working cuckoo clock the size of a house. We got back to Hinterzarten about 2.30pm so we had coffee and icecream. Then we bought some Schwarzwald wine for tonight and walked up to the ski jump. There are 4 different sized ski jumps. Next week there is a summer jumping competition. They put artificial grass on the jumps ...
... down with a recommended Swiss White, dry, crisp but with a finish of honey. This would most definitely by the place to stay and dine. However with many days of travel still ahead and retirement approaching I am experiencing an unaccustomed need for frugality to at least partially be exercised. Tonight we settled into a takeaway Thai meal, most appropriate I know, but at least in recognition of the region we opened a bottle of Swiss Pinot Noir. Absolutely lovely. Tomorrow we venture to ...