Werneths Landgasthof Hirschen
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... I started with a glass of WONDERFUL champagne. Eldon ordered us a lovely bottle of Alsatian (from Eguisheim) Pinot Noir for the rest of the dinner. We got sparkling water and a lovely bread basket brought to us. They had salted butter and unsalted butter for our bread. That's a first for us. First we were served a plate of beginers. Our first course was a foie Gras with figs and an autumn salad with a very light balsamic vinaigrette to cut ...
... a quaint village with a lot of old half timbered houses in it. We parked the car in an underground parking lot and headed out to look around. We visited the Dominican church and the Cathedral St. Martin. Then we walked over to the tanners quarter, where they used to tan leather hides in the 17th and 18th century. Then over to petite Venice, a series of canals that were dug so that all of ...
... that she has rented in Strasbourg while she is working there, however since its so tiny, she had arranged for me to stay at the apartment of a friend of hers named Léopoldine. This turned out to be quite perfect as Léopoldine's place was very centrally located! The son of Léopoldine, John, and Marie-Ange’s older son, Vincent, were also staying there for the weekend.
Friday night I went out for a walk through the center of the city where ...
von klick” is very organized and also very industrialized. There are factories
everywhere but in spite of this the land is well farmed and green. Wind
generators are very common and in some areas we came across large solar farms
as well. The drive took most of the day and we finally arrived in Titisee and
booked into a campsite that literally charged for everything. The temperature
was COLD and after a quick sausage braai we retired to bed.
... around the beautiful old town with small pedestrian only cobblestone streets and small canals filled with running water. The tour ended with a suggestion to go up Schlossberg(Castle Hill). It is a very steep 35 minute hike followed by a climb up a modern lookout tower(267 steps and 15 more to the crow's nest). The view from the tower was breathtaking and a little frightening. ...