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Its always a little awkward doing this wild camping thing. Its not officially illigal, but its definitely not somethig that parents teach their kids. When jan climbed out the tent this morning, he startled an early morning dog walker who wasnt quite sure what to make of the situation.
We packed up rather quickly after that, and breakfasted on the almighty coco-pops. Om-nom-nom! We never buy this **** at home, but on a bike tour, we can ...
... wanted pizza... we decided to compromise. Restaurants are open on Sundays. ... right?
From laufenburg onwards... for the next 3 hours to be precise, we didnt find a single open restaurant. Not one. Absokutely hopeless. Eventually, we asked locals, and through a detour of rougly 10km we finally found food. Pizzaaaaa!!!
By this point, I was just about crying because of the pain. And ...
... br> even have natural hot springs and outdoor spas. You can see these,
called Bachle, in one of the pictures. We never did figure out where all
of the people were that allegedly had all of the hotels in Freiburg
booked over the weekend. Could have been they were in church, unlike us
heathens. So we weren't extremely impressed with Freiburg, and soon
headed back north to drive the Schwarzwaldhochstrasse (or the Black
Forest scenic route) on ...
... Even my little home town is buzzing on a Sunday morning. We did happen upon a military ceremony of some kind. They had a bugler, lots of French flags and they played the French national Anthem.....wish I could remember the words....Sheryl?? LOL We popped into the Textile Museum but unfortunately it was closing at midday and not reopening until 2pm. The siesta is alive and well in Mulhouse. For €9 we kept going. If you were interested in the history and design ...
... to finish. Apparently they are quite modern and even proudly showed off their new robot, which separates the non-Rothaus beer bottles out from the regular ones. Germans are big on recycling and all beer cartons come in a plastic reusable Kasten (case) so that they can be reused, which is a huge improvement to the cardboard one way packaging in Australia. But Germans drink more on average, being just beaten out by the Czechs and the Austrians.