Hotel La Reserve
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... br> Monday we headed back to Heidelberg, Germany to return the bikes and prepare them for storage at Knopf Tours - until our next visit. While hanging out at Knopf’s B&B we had the opportunity to meet several other motorcyclists, one of whom had been on the road for five years, and swap travel stories. We celebrated the end of a wonderful trip with a great meal of favorite German dishes at a local restaurant.
With the onset of more ...
... enjoy a Colmar beer apiece and a tarte flambee. The local delicacy, this is basically a pizza, extra thin and layered with fromage blanc, or frais, and then other stuff. For once we laughed at other folk while the waiters poured rain water from their awning over these unsuspecting passers-by who were sheltering from the rain. I've taken far too many photos to share on a blog, but many of them depict food in one guise or another. ...
Today's lesson is toilet training. You will have to imagine for yourself as the camera stayed packed away all day. I'll try harder tomorrow. Anyway, our chemical toilet cassette gets emptied and flushed out daily, when I remember. The arrangement at this campsite, as with others, is there's a "small room" for doing the emptying business. Flushing the toilet in this context means inserting a hose into a suitable orifice (in ...
... there is so much more. The streets are so small and to see the buses and trucks come through, literally set up during the middle of the night before the stage, and within an hour pack it all up once the riders have left has been really interesting and intriguing to watch. We were able to get ourselves a front row fence position and watch the riders warm up before the start of stage 9. We cheered the Aussies and got a few head nods and smiles along the way, we ...
... re not on top of a hill. All are surrounded by a wall (or what remains of it) and in some cases a former moat. There’s always a large church in the centre, a Hotel de Ville (town hall, not a hotel), and lots of narrow winding cobblestone streets. However the architecture is quite different from Tuscany, with mostly half-timbered houses rather than stone. In Kaysersberg we also climbed to the top of a nearby castle just outside the town wall.