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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Man, we were so tired today that we could barely drag ourselves out of bed. In fact I don't think we got up until about 11.00am. Lyndon and I did manage to leave the house to buy food but that was all. Being such a lazy day we even had time to go through all 300 TV stations to double check for English shows and what ...
... laughing harder than any of us and immediately said ‘c’mon, let’s do that again.’ See?? Excellent parenting!
The rest of the day went in a bit of a blur, moving from one ride to the next, stopping occasionally to eat or drink and basically having heaps of fun. After a while I even decided to take Lil on The Silver Star, so we left the boys at the Sports Bar and headed over. Thankfully the line was not too long, because the closer we got ...
... pil is for!!
We all piled back in the car to move on to the next place but once we were all buckled up we decided that perhaps, just perhaps we should check the place next door that had a sign saying ‘Restaurant’. By this time I had left the parking spot that I had so cleverly manoeuvred into so I drove out on the road and into the car park next door.
‘Don’t look at me like that Lyndon, I’m not exactly sure why ...
... today was Sunday, so no shops were opened …. not even the huge supermarket that we had been to yesterday. So I guess we are going out for lunch just for something different.
As we were leaving the house we ran into Olivier’s mother who lived next door. We had such a funny conversation as she did not speak a word of English and we understand very little French or German, both of which she did speak. So we 'talked’ for about 15 minutes and used a lot ...
... barbequeing. The water was clear and refreshing. Later in the afternoon we boarded a bus to Kehl just over the Rhine in Germany and walked back over the suspension bridge to le jardin des deux rives. This whole parkland area (60-hectares) used to be customs and military installations. Now the promenades and parkland straddle the Rhine on both sides. The following day we went for a drive into the Black Forrest to have a look ...