Hotel Restaurant de la Poste
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I need to mark Basel on the map & would also like to say to anyone reading this that might be planning a trip to the area, we stayed at The Passage hotel - it was EXCELLENT ! and I would highly recommend it; awesome shower, big rooms, comfy bed, mini fridge (if you can afford that sort of thing), a fantastic gym downstairs, and just a hop, skip, and jump away from anything and everything you could possibly want. ...
... plus side it meant we knew where and what to find in the town. We crossed the medieval bridge that crosses the river Rhine one half being in Germany the other half in Switzerland. We went to Woolworths which although signed like we remember it was just a glorified pound shop. Although wasn't that all it was anyway? At the supermarket we stocked up on supplies and managed ...
... Maicher's Uncle Georg planned and laid the ornate street cobble stones. The stones came from the Rhein region. We stopped at the Schmidt Cafe so that Ron could have Schwarzwalderkirsch Kuchen und Kaffee. We looked at some more of the Alt Stadt. The Hotel Bären Wein und Bierstuben was first built in 1358 but its foundation was laid 1120. This is the ...
After another amazing German breakfast we set off on a loop walk of 10km. We walked through Ravennaschlucht Gorge along the River Ravenna. Once again some of this path was part if the Santiago Camino way. It was warmer today, about 30 degrees. It was beautiful walking in the Schwarzwald. We saw so many more old buildings and natural forest than you would see in the car. We investigated water wheel driven mills with drop saws for logging and flour ...
... cathedral shifted allegiance to Reformed Protestant. The facade is dominated by a statue of St. George slaying a dragon so remarkably small that a visitor wonders if the builders ran out of money and had to substitute a Weimaraner for a proper dragon. Basel itself is adjacent to both France and Germany, is divided in 2 by the Rhine, and is close to both Zurich and the Alsace region of France. There are more than 3 dozen museums in Basel - highest density ...