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Another travel day. Tonight we sleep in Huningue, France as we wait for our flight back to Lisbon, Portugal before heading home. After an easy and stress-free train trip from Linthal to Basel, Switzerland, we find ourselves in the middle of an industrial village in France along the Rhine River, overlooking Germany. Not much happening here, so at 5:30pm, after a stroll through town, over the Rhine to Germany and back again, we are lounging in the ...
... form sentences, I can now understand what the cashiers and waiters are saying to me and I can make my way through most menus (with the assistance of a translator sometimes).
This week on Wednesday, we had a field trip to the European Parliament in Straßburg, France. This field trip was the first time we had to dress in business formal attire, so everyone was feeling quite official and spiffy that day. The weather was rainy and ...
... I have been consuming, I decided to get some exercise. I climbed up the bell tower of the Münster with some friends. Over 200 steps later and a bit winded, we got to see a beautiful view of the city.
After trying out two new clubs and a few different bars and restaurants this weekend I've learned a few things.
1. My German is quite embarrassing. After meeting locals and attempting to have the most basic conversation in German, they often respond to me ...
... into the country', is a mountain in the Black Forest with an elevation just over 4,000 ft. While riding the bus up the mountain to where we would begin our hike, I was mesmerized. The rolling hills and little picturesque mountain homes looked straight out of a post card. I tried to capture the beauty through pictures but none could do it justice. We hiked up to the top of the mountain where there was a bell tower. From the tower you can see ...
... at the Münster (the Cathedral in the center of town). And then try out some of the popular discos/bars in the town. Church and nightclubs, obviously a good combination...
Hopefully I can manage to capture a few more pictures of the town that I am sure I will fall in love with over the next few months, so I actually have something to show all of you. For now you can enjoy the few pictures I do have.
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed