Ibis Strasbourg Centre Ponts Couverts
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... some final shots. The drive today is only 186 km but we took a detour through Triberg so we could get one of our last German sausages. We went to the same shop that we did on last years trip. Russ is driving again as Steve has problems with his left knee. Russ's cold has also refreshed and he is not the best. Leave Triberg and get to our hotel just outside Baden Baden at around 4.30pm. A bit of a slow trip as the traffic on ...
... shirt which explained the difficulty in supply.
The striking part of that is, as ever, we wonder how any assistant in Newcastle would be able to react if someone came in speaking French?
All very pleasant and we returned on the train for tea in Obernai.
We are now definitely on the final part of the trip with our German visits and the imminent return to the UK which Liz is keen on, myself, less so.
... a district of France for shopping prices, lets start a petition NOW!
Obernai is an attractive town, it seems that, being close to the border, there is a strong German influence and the market places reminded us of Butzbach but the drinks prices in the cafe we chose were very out of step so they won't be getting our custom again.
It was pasta bake for tea, made by (wait for it) the Homepride Flour Grader with a little help from me. ...
... at the use of solar panels in Germany. It is common to see the whole roof of a house or commercial building covered with panels. I missed taking a photo of the Aldi shop in Achern which had a full window of data concerning their power generation from the panels on the roof. One building we counted had four rows of thirty six panels and then there were four shorter rows as well. I wonder if they get any sun at all in the winter but you would think with ...
... so French-y, and I liked looking at the pastries in particular. There's this part of the city that's called Petite-France, originally slaughter houses & tanning-houses. Hence the roofs were really big so as to increase the surface area to dry the skins. Walked around for a bit then had lunch by the canals which was pretty ...