Hotel Beau Rivage
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... 16 May, the Bernina Express.) I tried adding a French SIM card to an old, unlocked iPhone 4s. It worked for a few days. I'll spare you the details, of which there are many. I would "short sell" shares in Lycamobile. I REALLY dislike typing on virtual keyboards. Please forgive the occasional typo I don't catch. I was probably too busy correcting the last one. Give me the palpable click and the auditory clack (NPR reference in plain view) of a keyboard, where God meant us to type ...
... In Alsace, if in doubt, plant grapes: Pinot Blanc, Riesling, Muscat, Pinot Gris, and more. This is, for the most part, the land of white wines (Joan so happy). Interestingly, the varietal wines here often had very different, even opposite qualities than we think of in the states: Rieslings and Muscats here are usually dry, Pinot Gris is often sweet or semi-sweet. I, a fairly committed red wine drinker, found the wines accessible, fruity, and fun; the sweet ones were balanced by a ...
... by a three cheese board. I ate Alsatian flambé tart (bacon, onion and potato on White cheese pizza base) followed by citron vanilla and strawberry sorbet. We enjoyed a swim in the pool later in the afternoon. The temperature is a warm and sunny 27 degrees. This evening we experienced a tremendous ...
... Joan had a wonderful Alsatian rose and Tye had a couple of full-bodied German ales, before dinner. Dinner was insanely awesome! Brats, bacon, sausage, sauerkraut and. potato, bacon, cream and cheese casserole that brought me right back to my Wisconsin hot dish roots! The finishing crown of the day was coming upon a traditional dance with musical accompaniment performed in the main square. Life doesn't get much better! (Joan, ...
Our shore excursion on this final day took us to the Black Forest in Germany. It was a 90 minute coach ride from our dock in Breisach to the Forest. We enjoyed a picturesque drive through countryside and small villages. The most interesting thing we passed was a 500 year-old Low German house with a thatched roof. It used to house both farmers and their livestock and is still used for animals today. We arrived at a workshop where there was a ...