Hotel Pigeon Blanc
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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... were lots and lots of apple and pear trees.
Riding along these landscapes makes you always think about the people who planted these trees a couple of decades ago and how they lived their lives. Today, nobody cares about these old trees anymore, despite they are full of delicious, way more tasteful fruits than the ones you can buy at the supermarket today. Anyway, we had a never-ending apple and pear ...
... was pretty much spent doing admin, and buying another layer of clothing. The last few days kind of gave us a bit of a fright with the cold. .
Naturally we also had to heal our various aches and pains. My ankle wasn't really playing along.
The second night, Meike convinced me to cook, and a small dinner party with a ...
... mountain bike tours and hikes and building tree-houses with the boys.
Good to be back.
We went directly to one of the best Döner places my big brother showed last time I was in Saarbrücken and had our envisioned Kebap.
A hot bath and an awesome dinner (Gulasch and "Serviettenknödel", 100% homemade by my mom's flatmate) restored dignity and energy reserves. A bit of beer and wine for the pains and aches and everything is ...
... of dust, it was carried inside only to be replaced by a larger rug which was shaken out in the yard. She disappeared into the house again. But every so often the mop would appear out of a window and she checked up on the strangers in the car. Her neighbor, after speaking forcefully (at least enthusiastically) to her husband who was sitting in the front garden, stood looking at us. The boy on the bike rode by periodically. We were the ...
... above the rest of the buildings. We made our way up the steps and wandered around in the center. There was a restaurant, which was having a birthday party, and a museum, which was closed. We couldn't find anyone to give us information about it. We had hoped to get a tour, but had no such luck.
We made our way down to the river where Maddox had fun throwing sticks in the river. Soon, a flock of ducks landed in the ...