Hotel Restaurant de la Poste
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We went in to Heidelberg for breakfast and then had a look around then we drove to Maria stein. On the way we stopped at the concentration camp Struthof and spent around 1 hour looking around it is quite scary because if you tried to escape the best way was when you were working if you were in the camp and you tried to escape you other be shot, ...
... to get on a bus. Once at Zwolle we had to have our schedule renewed as we missed our booked connections. About 3 hours later the train we were on in Germany had a failure just out of Frankfurt. Everyone from that train had to transfer onto another train which was already quite full. It took a bit o f time to rearrange people. Finally we were on our last leg to Basel and arriving 3 hours later then we had planned to.
Thankfully we were able to communicate with Christine ...
... bier, vin, yummy desserts, stinky cheese and café. Stuffed, we headed back to Mulshouse to the Cité de l’Automobile. There we saw the evolution of the automobile, from the turn of the 20th century steam powered cars, to brand new Bugatti Veyron. All the major European brands were there; Mercedes-Benz, Bugatti, Audi, Peugeot, Bugatti and Renault. Did I mention Bugatti? There ...
... Serge is married to Sonia. We talked and had vine, bier and a variety of sausages that were unique to the Alsace region of France. Later Serge grilled up some pork chops and sausage. Sonia prepared several side salads. Everything was wunderbar! Serge told many stories, especially stories from when he and Sonia visited the United States. These stories included cheap French vine, wolfs, skunks, and snakes. They were both ...
... can see that "Rhine" isn't much of a leap. It's the longest river in Germany (820 miles long from source to mouth) and is called "Father Rhine" by Germans. It's filled with water, mostly. From Basel, where we started our Rhine journey, the river flows northward past the Rhine Rift Valley, between the Vosges Mountains in the west and the dark, secretive Black Forest to the east where we're stopping today. End of today's history lesson. See - that wasn't so bad!