Hotel Hofgut Hohenkarpfen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the town, once we crossed it there were lots of nice little shops to look in. There we found the house of 1000 clocks. Its famous around here for all the cuckoo clocks they have, and I think they also originate here. They had lots of souvenirs and I got some honey liquor and some chocolate flavour too. They sound yummy and they had lots of different flavours there, they also had steins and wooden carvings, though it was quite expensive. After wandering around a few similar shops ...
... at Cafe Schmidt back in Freiburg.
The afternoon was spent idling away and just strolling around the beautiful lake. The weather was on our side, with the sun out in its full glory. We can't wait for the lake to freeze over in winter and visit it again.
We took the train to Triberg, in the heart of the Black Forest to explore the nature and views, and found one of our highlights to be the Cuckoo clock shop!
The last couple weeks have been pleasant but not the most outlandishly exciting. I don't have a lot of great stories or anything; I've just been working and hanging out with the host family. Last weekend I went to Tuttlingen, which is the capital of the region I live in, because there was a big Stadtfest (city festival). Lots of music, food, drink, and people. The next day my host family took me to the Stausee, a lake near Schömberg, which is a few towns over. ...
It's Saturday and my first week of work is done. The intimidation, miscommunication, and nervousness factors have all gone down - since I speak only in German at my job (and with my host family, and just about everywhere else), my comprehension is improving and I'm slowly getting better and understanding people when they talk to each other. It's really hard, though, especially with the dialect. (First I go to Saxony, then I go to Austria, and now ...