Hotel Garni Schacherer
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today we are docked in Breisach in the south west of Germany and the sun is shining in blue skies, hooray! But it is only 2 degrees with no wind. We are leaving at 12:15 for an excursion through the Black Forest, so no lunch. However they won't let us starve so there was breakfast available until 9:00 and then brunch available from 9:30 until 11:30. So a light breakfast before I headed out to walk around the typical German town of Breisach. The town of just over 14,000 ...
April showers bring may flowers they say and it rained the entire 2 1/2 hour drive to Colmar France. We wanted to see the Easter market and it was definitely something to see. There were all sorts of stalls and even baby rabbits, chickens and some unusual birds which I had never seen or ...
... United Nations (which incidentally Switzerland did not join until 2002), Swiss watches, and of course the Geneva Convention of war protocol (if there ever can be such a thing). Lausanne is famous as the headquarters of the International Olympic Committee. After passing through rolling green fields and vineyards on the slopes, we arrived in the pretty lakeside town of Vevey for a lunch break. Unfortunately it started to rain here and a ...
... powered with a small battery operated motor. We walked around the streets, every corner we turned there was a new surprise, ancient buildings, mansions, fountains, market halls. This place has it all! We enjoyed looking at the antique shops, but of course we don't have room to store any purchases. There was an added bonus, today was the carnival. A small affair after Venice but it was interesting to hear the local marching bands, they sound ...
... We paid a visit to a Christmas shop which sold every decoration you could think of, unfortunately, at very very very inflated prices, and the staff were not in the Christmas spirit with their surly attitude.
A visit to the local Tourist Information Office turned out to be interesting as the young man working the counter had recently returned from Australia and when we asked where he went he said "a small town, you would not know ...