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... tomorrow, Murren to be exact and they are expecting snow tonight! Those capri's and short sleeve light weight clothes we brought for Italy have gone into deep storage, we are getting ready for COLD weather!
Baden-Baden is an old city and was never bombed in WWII so the building are beautiful and old. It is very much like an old resort town for the rich. Very laid back and clean. They have a ...
... hills surrounding Gengenbach and soon after achieving the summit we came upon a delightful little chapel, built rather like a cave with room for only three or four people, at a little place called Abtsberg. We decended through forests and farmland before crossing the valley and walking back on the otherside. The last half kilometre was along a road and as we walked Geoff became increasingly excited as vintage car ...
... pilgamage and had cured various people over the years. Inside was an impressive rococo reredos which for once didn't overpower the senses but fitted well with the tall white walls. The atmosphere was beautifully enhanced by an organist who was both playing and singing.It was a pleasure to stop and be still, captivated by the music. On completing her practise session and decending from the organ loft we met the musician. She was a small plump middle aged woman ...
... is self opening and as I struggle to open my manual affair he looks insufferably smug and dry.
After stocking up on essentials we head back for a leisurely lunch and an afternoon trip to the old town of Haslach.
Haslach is a typical Black Forest town with its black and white houses with sloping roofs, What makes it different are the little statues that are interspersed all over the town. ...
... Vignoble and in the very pretty village of Saint-Pierre. The buildings were lovely, the streets quiet and one lady was having a conversation from her upstairs window with her neighbour across the lane. The little supermarket and even the bigger Liddells that Derek drove to had closed at 7pm so we went to a little local restaurant for dinner. Jim throughly enjoyed his dinner and we didn't mind when we could see the dog in the ...
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