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Travel Blogs from Lorrach
... that we did not hit any speeds anywhere near 300kph. We sat at a table with a businessman-communications-consultant. His English was excellent and we had a very good conversation for the last hour of the trip to Basel.
We arrived in Basel around 11:05am, we disembarked and James & I made a bee line for Brezelkönig - the pretzel shop - a little piece of heaven. We changed a few Euros for Swiss Francs and headed downtown. ...
... had been handed in so we didn't stay at the fest too long but set off back to the pool. It wasn't there and Jess said the staff inside were not very helpful and wouldn't let her check the locker room so we now officially hate that swimming pool. Not only did they rip us off €4 yesterday, they stole all our shampoo and conditioner. Back to the campsite for some yummy chicken (another meat the Germans could try) curry and ...
... hats to look like the locals. Called in at the biggest cuckoo clock in the world. What a privilege. All day we headed through beautiful forest scenery, until we arrived at a little town called Todtnau. It was in a real mountain area, but we came here because of the bobsled run. 3.6 km of fun. Sadly we ended up standing in line for an hour and a half waiting for our turn, but it was ...
... and the bahnhof (train station). We stopped at the Tourist Information center and got maps and train schedules and a hiking guide for several local trails (17 to be exact) ranging from about 3 to 18 miles in length, and variety of terrain from nearly all level to elevation changes of over 1000 feet. Next, we went to a German supermarket located on the outskirts ...
... our deck.
We are about an 8 minute walk to the center of this small resort town and about a 15 minute walk to the bahnhof. This is important, because our rental fee includes a free pass for each of us to use the train and bus system that covers most of the Black Forest. This means we can visit a lot if places without having to take the car, which can be a real plus for some places we visit where parking is scarce...it also saves money for gas.
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed