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Subtitle: A little tiny corner of the Black Forest. We started later this morning even though we had to do a couple of hours to reach Triberg in the Black Forest. Unfortunately we encountered roadworks and convoys and our journey lengthened to 3 1/2 hours. Something done regularly in Germany is closing of an entire stretch of road so that roadwork can be done. This makes it hard for ...
... short, the damn route got us lost and we ended up doing another massive detour. At rixheim, we eventually turned around to try to find any kind of river to camp on. Rivers are nice. We didnt find the rhine, but ended up staying on the banks of a kittle canal which was super pretty and a fair distance from any dodgy dog walkers!
dinner, consisting of more garlic tha pasta, followed by wine and bed was pretty much exactly what the doctor ...
So after planning to get an early start... which again only happened shortly before 10, because actual beds are just so dam comfy, we were on our way direction basel. The original plan was to stay at Annignas place, but seeing she is on holiday, and that basel is acually 90km away, we decided to take it easy. Good thing too, about 2hours into the ride, I start feeling something not right at the back of my foot/calf. ...
... have had yet. We each got a dish of wild game, nuts, cranberries, a
yummy gravy, and spaetzle. Not to mention the bottle of locally made
Riesling. We left completely stuffed.
Sunday morning we visited
the main part of Freiburg, setting out to see the cathedral. One
oversight was that in Germany on Sunday mornings, almost everything is
closed. In fact most shops are closed for the entire day. We wanted to
see the cathedral, ...
... Even my little home town is buzzing on a Sunday morning. We did happen upon a military ceremony of some kind. They had a bugler, lots of French flags and they played the French national Anthem.....wish I could remember the words....Sheryl?? LOL We popped into the Textile Museum but unfortunately it was closing at midday and not reopening until 2pm. The siesta is alive and well in Mulhouse. For €9 we kept going. If you were interested in the history and design ...