Le St Barnabe Hotel & Spa
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Wednesday 26 August
Lovely Margreet got up early to give us a ride to Assen station for a 7am train. We said goodbye to our reliable tent and the wonderful environment of Westevelde.
We had no problem getting on the right train but within the first hour our luck changed. The first disruption was due to signal failure. All trains from the north couldn't go further than Meppal. Big crowds built for the replacement buses. The buses couldn't keep up with demand. It took 30 mins ...
... on a much grander scale than where we had just visited in Lichtenstein. Many towers and turrets shooting into the sky surrounded by ramps and fortifications. People still actually live here - the Prince and Princess of Prussia. Not sure if this is a real title?!? But if so, nice home they have here. We caught the bus from the car park to the entrance of the castle. From here, we wandered around and took some photos. For some reason the castle has both a catholic and a ...
... race cars there too, from rally to Le Mans, even F1. After the auto musée, we went back to Marie’s house where we meet Alice and Karen’s cousin Mimi and her husband George. We talked for a little bit and then they had to run. They were super nice. We hand another amazing meal prepared by Marie. This time it was lapin (rabbit) with mashed potatoes and a mushroom gravy. Delicious once ...
Had a relaxing morning. Went out the local hypermarket, E.Leclerc, to get flowers for Sonia and Marie. When we returned Marie had prepared another amazing meal. Salad, red cabbage and two different types of sausage. Delicious. Around 16:00, Serge (Alice and Karen's cousin) showed up. We followed him to his home in Leimbach. He lived just outside of town in a lovely house with a beautiful view of ...
... last forever. Bridal couples have their wedding ceremonies and then always head over to the kissing corner. Of course, I kissed my true love there. One of the spectacular artworks in Basel was done by an artist named Jean Tinguely who passed away this year. "He designed a fountain in 1977 placing some amusing machine sculptures in an enormous pool of water on the site where the stage of the old city theatre was once located. The Swiss artist had black ...