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... morning so we couldn't wait to get out of there. When we are gone for this amount of time, we need internet. I get so peeved, I can't even see straight. When a hotel touts WIFI they should have it. This is always one reason we select a hotel.
Tonight we are in a Comfort Inn about 35 minutes from the Basel airport. We have English speaking television and a great internet connection. WE are waling to dinner to a mussels and frites restaurant. ...
These last few days were spent pretty much driving back from
the UK to Switzerland, and even though the distance is not really far by South
African standards, driving is slower due to the amount of traffic on the roads.
However I must say that the drivers are of a much higher standard and road rage
is very rare.
From Kautenbach in Luxembourg we set off via Germany to a
well-known holiday resort area known as Titisee. Gemany, “I only ...
... was blowing in, making the tower sway slightly. Only Leo made it up to the crow's nest, which was even less stable. As we came down the hill, it began to sprinkle, but the rain held off for an hour while we window shopped and retraced our steps to the train station. As we boarded our train it began to rain. Perfect timing! Finished the night with a great dinner at the ...
Tuesday and Wednesday we spent in this town, high in the Black Forest. We hiked a bit up to the waterfalls, then went through every store looking for cuckoo clocks. Didn't find any that I liked that didn't cost over 1000 euros. But it was fun and these are handcrafted here. It lovely up here. Roads are fantastic. And the speed limit on the two Lane roads we are using is 42 to 50 mph. And that is ok with all the swerves in the road. Photos to follow. Hope this finds you all ...
... beer gardens, cafes and the university the town is known for before we headed back to Munsteplatz for wurst and then a look inside the Munster itself. It was mid after noon and Rach was itching to stick to her strudel-a-day plan so we headed to a cafe to eat apple strudel, drink the amazing local Riesling and shoot the breeze. It was time to head home… and it proved to not be as easy as our inward journey by half! We caught the tram back to the bus stop, checked ...