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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... do at Christmas. So being Easter Sunday there are eggs in trees, bunnies, flowers and streamers etc everywhere. We visited Triberg, which I recognised as having been to before. It has been a town since 1330 and they are quite proud of their little waterfalls which are not very impressive. However they did provide the energy to power the first electric street lights in 1884. This is where the cuckoo clocks come from so the Weisser family of Triberg (since 1881) have a lot ...
April showers bring may flowers they say and it rained the entire 2 1/2 hour drive to Colmar France. We wanted to see the Easter market and it was definitely something to see. There were all sorts of stalls and even baby rabbits, chickens and some unusual birds which I had never seen or ...
... and I like the cabin better even though it is the same cabin number. At Basel we are still in Switzerland but at dinner time we started moving down the Rhine to Breisach which we will reach at 2:00 am. Just one kilometre down the river from Basel we will be out of Switzerland and will have Germany on one side of the river and France on the other. Not many photos today, it just wasn't a photographic sort of day. Hopefully tomorrow will be ...
... was lunch time, we ate and then went to explore. Part of the town is called little Venice, the narrow canals run around the tall timbered buildings, on Tanners street the houses were 7 stories high with open balconies on the top floor for drying the hides. A canal runs along the front if the houses to supply water for tanning. Close by there was ornate market hall. The main canal was wider and very picturesque, you could take a half hour trip, the ...
... street selling pins for the evening. At one point a marching band playing a song by P!nk came down the road so we followed them and the surrounding crowd into a corridor where we were able to listen to more songs including their rendition of "happy". Our last stop in Basel was the Museum Tinguely where much of Jean Tinguely's work is and most functional. How can I describe his work, maybe the best way to understand is through the photos but they are large ...