Hotel Restaurant Ritter'hoft
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... some breeze the last week, it would have been perfect. But we seem to be more comfortable here so fingers crossed the tans can continue but with a little more air! Early aft we wandered to the supermarket and back for a snacky lunch of oriental bits and then a lazy sunny afternoon. Prego got a long overdue brush whilst I booked our final (boo!) campsites. Dinner was tasty chicken curry before half a movie and an early night before another long drive in the ...
We drove up along the German Border and stopped at Strasbourg. We camped along the Rhein River on the German side. The border between France and Germany runs through the middle of the river. We went into the city by tram and found a delightful German looking town with canals.
There is a large Cathedral and many historical buildings. The Petit France area was particularly pretty. It is a very ...
... the altar, the statues and the breathtaking stained glass windows were awe inspiring. We also saw the famous Strasbourg astronomical clock which is located in the cathedral. This excerpt is taken from the Internet. "This clock was remarkable both for its complexity as an astronomical device and for the range and richness of its decorations and accessories. As well as the many dials and indicators - the calendar dial, the astrolabe, the ...
... symbol of Louis14th. A wonderful start to the day.
We then drove the short distance to Morzheim to visit the wine cellar and home of Andreas & Susanna Kopf. Andreas is Hannes' brother. He is a winemaker and also teaches viticulture. We sat in their beautiful garden and had a glass of his sparkling wine. Delicious. Andreas then showed me a beautifully framed family tree done by his grandfather but apologized that the Australian and ...
... we headed down and took a walk around town. There are a few nice guard towers, but most were covered in scaffolding. Freiburg has another neat feature; there are Bächle, or small canals with running water, along the streets.
We headed back to our car and left Freiburg for another Black Forest stop, Triberg. They have waterfalls here but we had less cash than we thought we did, and didn't have enough to pay the entry fee! There was a huge festival in town ...