Hotel l'Abbaye d'Alspach
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This morning we did the Rick Steves walking tour of Colmar. It is such a charming place. There is a fantastic and huge market place with fresh meats, fish, cheeses, sweets, and other "produits de Alsace". We enjoyed it. Then we decided to take the car to a couple more nearby villages, Eguisheim and Turckheim. Eguisheim was recently voted one of "the most beautiful villages in France". It was certainly charming! Round outer walls and an inner wall as well. All of the lanes ...
... We continued on to Baden-Baden. It is a beautiful high end resort known for its thermal mineral baths (discovered in Roman times). There is a beautiful casino, that was classier than Monaco! The buildings and shops were amazing! We drove back to Strasbourg, and our boat. We then started are sail to Basel, Switzerland. We will spend tomorrow (our last day on the River Melody) in Basel. Tonight we have the crew shop which should be great ...
... birthday for a second time. I can still feel that meal in me as I sit writing this post more than 3 hours later. We then traveled all the way across town for gelato, and Mary and myself both ordered spaghetti eis. For the unacquainted, this is a dish that involves gelato formed to look like spaghetti covered with sauce and white chocolate bits, which looks frighteningly like the real thing. Why we don’t have it in America I don’t know but it’s time we petition ...
... on the way. We dropped her off and drove back to the hotel (singing nothing on the way), knocked off for the evening at around 10:30, and by the time the drunks exhausted their repertoire we had all gone to sleep.
Ben's Comments: A few quick points to be made. First of all Abba can speak for himself, but I have yet to accept Mary’s "lung infection" excuse and I’m still pretty sure she hates us. Second, I was impressed at how seamlessly the ...
... don't get you then the spaetzle and pfifferlingen will. We walked back to the hotel much more slowly than we had walked to the restaurant, managed to fit Mary's bike into the back of the car, saw Mary's dorm, and headed out into the Schwarzwald (Black Forest), which isn’t really a forest but lots of rolling hills with farms, brilliant green fields, and wonderful-looking little villages scattered all over—reminded me of Tuscany in some ways. The weather ...