Hotel l'Abbaye d'Alspach
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This is a bit of a non-site as it's a means to an end:
Stopping place on our way to relatives and friends in Germany, time to stock up with wine and the last city to get the “once over”, Strasbourg, also a hotbed of EU activity which will become important as Dave, not our Dave) goes about getting an Extra Couple of Sausages (Copyright Dallheimers) for the UK or England if we don't have a happy family any more.
On arrival, ...
... the lifts working well. There were still more bikes on this train. We all piled out at Freiburg at 12.30. Lunch was in a green park beside the big church and we found the track going towards Basle, following it until we found a guesthouse at Tiengen. We were greeted by our host in his vest and not expecting guests on a Monday. The Gasthaus Zum Anker was built in 1650 with beams and uneven floors. Our room is comfortable but the bathroom is along a creaking corridor.. I will ...
Meine damen und herren (ladies and gentlemen) – Today is your lucky day. 2 reviews in one: Yesterday A.M. - The Schwarzwald (Black Forest) and, in the afternoon: Colmar, a quaint medieval (9th century) Alsatian village with an original Old Town. Magnifique!
In the A.M., after having unsuccessfully attempted to fall into Morpheus’ arms the entire night before, being entirely rebuffed by the fickle sucker and stumbling out of bed, weary ...
... dinner at the Herrmann home. Rudy is training for a marathon, so he had just finished a twelve mile training run with his son, Mattias before supper. All nine of us had a wonderful time visiting and eating. Conny made sure everyone was full and happy by the end of the evening. We planned to leave the next morning, so we stayed up late taking advantage of our last opportunity to ...
... car behind us. After getting his information we turned the car back on and the radio seamlessly queued up the chorus from "You had a bad day." As timing it was perfect, as foreshadowing it wasn't accurate. Not only did we have a GREAT day, but Claire passed her final exam at Hertz with flying colors. (On some vacations we had to watch the amount of sand in the car; this time it was baguette and pastry crumbs.) The song du jour/du voyage has become "our song" for this trip. It's catchy ...