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... with a church from the 1200's. Once back in France we visited one more town, Turckheim which had a moat and town gates. The moat is now a grassy area and garden for the residents. We saw one happy frolicking dog in one grassy area of the most! On our way back to Colmar, we stopped at E-Leclerc - the Super Wal-Mart of France and bought some cheese, wine, foie-Gras, beer and crackers for our evening and went back to Maison des Tetes to pack up for our early morning ...
Thursday, October 23, 2014 Strasbourg • Baden-Baden tour So much happiness, excitement and joy yesterday! We welcome our grandson Edward Oliver. We will be calling him Oliver. Ed is thrilled to have the first name in his honor. It is amazing to feel so much love when you have only heard him on the phone, and seen him in photos! What a miracle! We had a cocktail party with our friends and the Captain to celebrate. This is our ...
... try and get some serious reform. Finally we ended our night with a fierce game of Mao which frustrated both the grandparents for much amusement.
Rich's Comments: What he said. All I can add is that sitting with Mary and Ben on the outdoor terrace of a German beer garden on a mountain at a table right next to a magnificent overlook of the city, drinking beer and eating pretzels and talking and doing a lot of laughing, is as good as life gets. I just didn’t want this day to ...
... figured the best time to break this to them was after they gave me a birthday present. Ah well. Abba also neglected to mention that we got very yummy gelato, which was a nice throwback to G & A’s time in Italy with me, where we once had gelato three times in one day. And that the meal we ate at Haslacher Hof was really really unbelievably good. Seriously, it was insane. At one point, Ben said “Please leave me here. At this chair. So I can keep eating this bread forever.” ...
... across the famous church of old town, the St. Martin Church at Quais de la Poissonerie. Again, perfect timing! Just as we entered the silence and lightened candles, prayer began. Built between 13th to14th centuries, made with pink stone, the beauty of this church lies in its Gothic architecture and specifically the silhouette of the coloured tiles in the dome forming the lantern bulb. Time wasn’t enough ...