Hotel Pigeon Blanc
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Had breakfast at Hotel then went up to see Linda and say goodbye to Wolfgang. Jan then drove us into Saarbrucken for the day as he had to spend time with Linda making arrangements for the funeral. Walked around the lovely St Johann Market Place with pretty shops and restaurants and down along the river bank. Jan picked us up and back to our hotel. Later we went out to a nice Italian restaurant for dinner. Had an early night to bed as we were still ...
... girls whip up a good scraps dinner then some of M-L's prized Swiss chocolate with cranberries and a cuppa - no worries here. Early to bed as we are resting up, another night on the water then it will be all go for the last two weeks in Paris and London. Sorry for a boring blog but the water slows everything down, it was also very hot in the low 30's which also has an effect on my finger ...
... of course is that you get to enjoy?? these musings on our daily adventure tribulations. When you are next in Harskirchen within Lorraine France please do yourself a favour and stop by. Our surprise when we explore is that this village, Harskirchen would be in the running to win the French tidy and beautiful town award any day of the week. Adorned with flower boxes at every bridge, house, town square, as neat as a pin was scribed right at this spot. This village is by far and away ...
... of Champagne-Ardenne. As we were driving through this part of France we hadn't seen any grapes and I thought it would be pretty hilarious to be in the Champagne region and not see any vineyards, lucky we went to Verzy! Next to Verzy is the village of Verzenay. Verzenay is very quiet, surrounded by fields of grapevines and home to many wine caves. From Saarbrucken tomorrow we are going to Wurzburg, to begin our journey down the Romantic Road in Bavaria. Bye for ...
... into town and spent a very long time trying to find a few things to eat in a huge supermarket that had two floors and several hundred sq metre of floor space (it seemed like sq kms - they should issue maps and a GPS to locate where particular items are kept - have you ever seen 30 metres of shelving with varieties of pickled cucumbers?). Eventually we escape (you have to follow a one way system to get to the checkouts) with our milk, strawberries, yoghurt, can of chickpeas and a packet ...